Cooked grass

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We crossed several fields surrounded by deciduous fences, mostly ash trees.
In these meadows the grass is cultivated, which in winter will serve as food for cattle. Grassland, deep and humid soils, can be cooked up to twice a year.
In the past, they were formed by wild species, but today, to increase productivity, the grain has been improved and the fields are fertilized and watered in case of drought.
One of the most common plants of these meadows is oat-grass, and that's why these meadows are also called oat-grass fields.