KJV Dictionary Definition: fodder
1. Food or dry food for cattle, horses and sheep, as hay, straw and other kinds of vegetables. The word is never applied to pasture.
2. In mining, a measure containing 20 hundred, or 22 1/2 hundred.
FOD'DER, v.t. To feed with dry food, or cut grass, &c.; to furnish with hay, straw, oats, &c. Farmers fodder their cattle twice or thrice in a day.
FOD'DERED, pp. Fed with dry food, or cut grass, &c.; as, to fodder cows.
FOD'DERER, n. He who fodders cattle.
FOD'DERING, ppr. Feeding with dry food, &c.