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    Stable phrases

    I would like to ask what do you call certain areas in a cow stable in english.

    A. The area where the floor consists of wooden beams, with space between them. The manure gets pushed here and it flows down into a pit below for later spreading on the fields.

    B. The pit itself.

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    Re: Stable phrases

    Quote Originally Posted by nagrenni View Post
    I would like to ask what do you call certain areas in a cow stable in english.

    A. The area where the floor consists of wooden beams, with space between them. The manure gets pushed here and it flows down into a pit below for later spreading on the fields.

    B. The pit itself.
    Hello Nagrenni welcome to the forum,
    Do you have any pictures of the areas you have explained?
    If you upload some or just give us a link of them, we may be able to find the words.

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