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herd in Agriculture topic

herdherd2 verb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 [transitive always + adverb/preposition]UNITE to bring people together in a large group, especially roughly πŸ”Š The prisoners were herded together. πŸ”Š I don’t want to be herded around with a lot of tourists.herd somebody into something πŸ”Š The visitors were herded into two large halls.2 [transitive]TA to make animals move together in a group πŸ”Š It was Tom’s duty to herd the cows.3 β†’ something is like herding catsβ†’ See Verb table
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herdβ€’ Later yet we are herded down to the basement, told to crouch and to cover our heads with our arms.β€’ They are herded here and there, and I don't think she can cope with so many children.β€’ Except in the case of the stallion deliberately herding his mares, this is not a question of dominance or bullying.β€’ Sometimes the Scouts took the initiative, and inextremis Sergeant Juron herded his squad hastily.β€’ The visitors were herded into two large halls, which were once the hotel ballroom and dining room.β€’ Observe people being herded like cattle through airports and theaters.β€’ Protesters were surrounded by police and herded on to school buses.β€’ Cowboys rounded up the steers and herded them north.β€’ William blushed a bit, so I turned his shoulders toward the staircase and herded us all in that direction.herded togetherβ€’ The panic-stricken fish bolt ahead of them until a whole shoal has been herded together and trapped between the birds and the shore.