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4.
The practice of breeding animals for food in a supposedly natural and cruelty-free manner. Animals live comfortably outside instead of in cramped stalls; are fed healthy diets. Alternate to factory farms.
She isn't a vegetarian, but she won't eat anything but free-range meat.
by Canaduck May 02, 2004
 
1.
adj. Not yet trained or housebroken. Used to refer to someone prior to being shampooed and conditioned to new expectations of domesticated behaviour.
GF1: "What do you think of her new toyboy?"
GF2: "I thought she was crazy, taking on somebody that free range, but she shampooed him into a total slut"
by Margot and Bubble May 30, 2009
 
2.
Animals who live in a enviroment that are not cooped up in cages.
Several resturants are now using meats that are coming from free range farms.
by bigg3469 March 29, 2009
 
3.
Free-range woman - loose woman who likes being loose at least 6 hours a day
Ana is a free-range woman, she screws around every night.
by Besik January 02, 2012
 
5.
male sex organs allowed to hang about freely, by going cammando
much like a free range chicken is free to roam about but instead of chicken its balls
"i'm strickly free range"
by the_real_Chris November 15, 2006
 
6.
A way for breeders to obfuscate the way they raise animals (usually fowl) and increase profit-margins on their product, even though given the choice to roam the field or stay in a climate-controlled food-a-plenty barn, the animals will chose the latter every time fact.
Consumers are given free-range to spend as much as they want to feel good about the animal that probably never roamed out of the barn anyway.
by cagerattler November 27, 2004