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  • Yarding is often confused with free range. The distinction is that free-range poultry are either totally unfenced, or the fence is so distant that it has little influence on their freedom of movement. Yards small enough to be fenced economically were soon stripped of palatable green forage. — “Yarding - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • A yarder is piece of logging equipment which uses a system of cables to pull or fly logs They traveled on railroads, known as "dummylines" and the felled trees were dragged or ". — “Yarder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • In the U.S., at least, the "mud-yard free range" operation is always started by someone with high standards and aspirations and an expectation that the yard can be kept green, but it doesn't work out that way because the technique, as popularized, is flawed. — “Talk:Yarding - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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