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Herds vs Hurds


Herds vs Hurds. When the herds of cattle rubbed against the hemp plants, they actually harvested hurds. Harvest your best writing with ErrNET copyediting!

Herds as a noun is the plural form of “herd”, which is a large group of animals, especially hoofed mammals, that live, feed, or migrate together or are kept together as livestock; a large group of people, typically with a shared characteristic.
Herds as a verb is the third person present form of the verb “herd,” which means (with reference to a group of people or animals) to move in a particular direction; keep or look after (livestock).

Hurds is a noun that means the coarse parts of flax or hemp that adhere to the fiber after it is separated.

Herds and hurds are types of homonyms called heterographs, which are words that are pronounced the same but have different meanings and spellings. These words can get confused and misused in English writing. You can avoid this error completely by using ErrNET copyediting technology!

Herds sentence examples:

Herds of protesters from all over the world were swarming the streets and causing a lot of problems.

He herds livestock for a living so I think he knows what he is doing.

Herds of cattle were stuck in the ravine following the flash flood in southern Texas.

Herds of various livestock trampled through the farmer’s ranch early in the morning.

Hurds sentence examples:

Hemp hurds come from the soft inner core of hemp plant stems.

Hurds are highly absorbent, rich in cellulose, and have excellent thermal and acoustic properties.

There are multiple commercial applications for hemp hurds, including tree-free, sustainable animal bedding, alternative green building material for such applications as concrete, biodegradable garden mulch, lightweight board, acoustical ceiling and wall tiles, non-wood plastic filler, and other innovative eco-friendly bioproducts.

Most environmental activists hope that hemp hurds will soon be used as a biodegradable, ecofriendly substitutes for many commercial products.


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