It isn't straw we chew, it's grass.
Straw is made from the stems of wheat, oats, or barley that's been cut and baled to provide bedding for animals after the grains have been harvested.
What you see farmers chewing is grass--tall, tasseled prairie grass--which is liable to be growing in yards and pastures out in the country. There isn't a specific reason why we chew it. We just do. It's kind of like. Many tall prairie grasses have a sweet, refreshing taste--one of the kind I like to chew, called big blue stem, actually tastes a bit like watermelon. So if you're working outside and it's hot out and you don't have any gum, a long piece of grass not only gives you something sweet to chew on but it can also (ever so slightly) re-hydrate you. In the very least, it breaks the monotony of farm work.
Straw is the hollow stalk of a grain plant, most farmers use Oat plants.
There is no special name, but a straw hat is a "chapeau de paille".
it means: the last staw
It depends on the use. For mulch, straw is probably better since it carries less possibility of plant disease and may carry fewer weed seeds. For feed use for organic dairy production, hay is a much higher quality feed since straw has virtually no nutritive value.
it means chew harder and harder
Where do you keep all your crops? Do you have any Straw?
There is one syllable in the word 'straw'.
The collective nouns for straw (plant fiber) are a clutchof straw, a bundle of straw, a truss of straw.The collective noun for straws (drinking) is a bundle of straws.
No, not a drinking straw. As for straw as in grass, I guess someone could eat that.
it helps you chew it helps you chew
A train made from gum is a Chew Chew train get it a CHEW CHEW train.
That's because your thumb on the end of the submerged straw closes the straw and prevents the air inside the straw from being replaced by the water.
The word straw can be a noun or an adjective depending on how it is used.Some examples are below.She wore a big, straw hat. (Straw in this sentence is an adjective describing the word hat.)The boy drank milk from a straw. (In this sentence, straw is a noun.)
yes I'm not sure if matches are made of straw but straw is easily flammable.
to eat hay. to sleep on straw or a mixture of both hay and straw
Its to do with the straw in the stable where Jesus got born, he slept in a mainjar layered with straw.
biggest straw will have a small pitch but the small straw will have the highest pitch
If you are using pine straw, be sure to use aged straw. Fresh pine straw has a chemical that causes issues with plants.
with their mouths. chew chew chew swallow.
Chaff is a chopped mixture of hay and straw and it provides slightly easier chewing for older horses and the needed chew time for all horses. It can also be used to supplement a forage poor diet.
Lauren Chew goes by Chewy Chew.
A straw weighs about 0.37 grams.
Jack Straw is not dead.
it is an house made out of straw dear
glue petals on a straw