noun, plural tur·ba·ries.
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But during the Bronze period domesticated descendants of this variety grow numerous, and are crossed with the smaller turbary pig.
The first is the so-called turbary pig (Sus scrofa palustris).
The oldest turbary forms of domesticated animals appear here at least 1,500 years before the founding of the Swiss lake dwellings.
The turbary cattle appear to have been a small variety of the Bos namadicus, somewhat dwarfed by drought and hardship.
Turbary, tur′ba-ri, n. the right to go upon the soil of another and dig turf, and carry off the same: a place where peat is dug.