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by John Jacob Thomas - 1863 - Agriculture
Jr., has been very successful in keeping cattle in stables the year through, and feeding them by soiling. A hundred acre farm, by this means, has and needs ...
Another word for it: cattle shed. In Ireland they still use the word fodder house for cattle sheds with heating etc. where livestock is kept in the winter. I would have been laughed out of the pub if I said I was stable feeding the cattle! :-)
The question is closed, I know. (Too early if you want the right answer.) Please see my comment below: cattle is NOT fed in a stable. Stables are for HORSES. Carttle house, slated house, and another name I cannot think of right now, but will get tomorrow.
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Explanation: Or barn feeding (US) according to my agriculture dictionary and