These graze quotes will inspire you. Graze, to feed on growing herbage, attached algae, or phytoplankton cattle grazing on the slopes or (of cattle, sheep, etc.) eat grass in a field.
A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging graze quotes, graze sayings, and graze proverbs.
Best Graze Quotes
- “Free verse seemed democratic because it offered freedom of access to writers. And those who disdained free verse would always be open to accusations of elitism, mandarinism. Open form was like common ground on which all might graze their cattle – it was not to be closed in by usurping landlords.” James Fenton
- “You can never go more than three or four hours without having something to nibble on or eat – you have to graze all day long.” Randy Jackson
- “When you’re a chef, you graze. You never get a chance to sit down and eat. They don’t actually sit down and eat before you cook. So when I finish work, the first thing I’ll do, and especially when I’m in New York, I’ll go for a run. And I’ll run 10 or 15k on my – and I run to gain my appetite.” Gordon Ramsay
“I’m a person who has to eat! I graze every few hours.” Marisa Tomei
- “Texas was mostly short-grass and tall-grass prairie when modern Europeans arrived here. It really was a land of milk and honey. But when they brought all these cattle onto these relatively small bits of land, and the cattle were allowed to graze freely, they essentially destroyed the prairie.” Philipp Meyer
- “We’re dabbling in eugenics all the time, breeding ideal crops to replace less aesthetic or nutritious or hardy varieties; leveling forests to graze cattle or erect shopping malls and condos; planting groves of a few familiar trees that homeowners and industries prefer.” Diane Ackerman
- “In England and America people tend to graze all day long, but I think it’s such a waste to be constantly picking at food because you then can’t enjoy a proper full meal when the time comes.” Nigella Lawson
“In valley drift, we meet commonly with the bones of quadrupeds which graze on plains bordering rivers.” Charles Lyell
- “Meat is an inefficient way to eat. An acre of land can yield 20,000 pounds of potatoes, but that same acre would only graze enough cows to get 165 pounds of meat.” Alexandra Paul
- “There is hardly a place on Earth where people do not log, pave, spray, drain, flood, graze, fish, plow, burn, drill, spill or dump. There is no life zone, with the possible exception of the deep ocean, that we are not degrading.” Donella Meadows
- “The Parc des Volcans in Rwanda, where I conduct most of my studies, is heavily infested with poachers and herdsmen, whose cattle graze right through my camp area. Park boundaries have no meaning to these tribesmen.” Dian Fossey