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Question 1: A transitional meadow occurs when a field, pasture, farmland, or other cleared land is no longer ________ or heavily grazed and starts to overgrow.
AgricultureIntensive farmingSustainable agricultureOrganic farming

Question 2: Wet meadows are semi-________ areas saturated with water throughout much of the year.
PondBiomeMangroveWetland

Question 3: "Pasture" is used in contrast for land which is primarily grazed, which may include grassland ("grass pasture"), but also includes non-grassland habitats such as heathland, ________ and wood pasture.
Red GrouseExmoorMoorlandPeak District

Question 4: A meadow is a field vegetated primarily by ________ and other non-woody plants (grassland).
CattleGrassPoaceaeAgriculture

Question 5: It may be cut for hay or grazed by livestock such as ________, sheep or goats.
CattleWild boarDeerWater Buffalo

Question 6: Especially in the United Kingdom and ________, the term meadow is commonly used in its original sense to mean a haymeadow; grassland cut annually for hay (Old English mædwe).
IrelandNorthern IrelandWalesIrish people







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