from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A rack or holder for hay, grain, or other food for cattle.


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  • The cowpuncher sat down on a feed-rack and laughed till he was weak.

    The Fighting Edge William MacLeod Raine 1912

  • Later that evening, Sundown straggled out to the corral and stood watching the saddle-stock of the Concho pull hay from the long feed-rack and munch lazily.

    Sundown Slim Henry Herbert Knibbs 1909

  • The animal would not stop until he reached his companions at the feed-rack in camp.

    The Winning of Barbara Worth Harold Bell Wright 1908


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