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The demand for such practice led to the emergence of specialist fatteners who charge money for helping girls gain weight.
Sows Fatteners farms All 36 350 (270-550) 773 (0-1,950) Open 22 337 (300-500) 500 (0-1,300) Farrowing ([dagger]) 9 533 (350-800) 0 Farrow-to finish 13 314 (242-380) 1,100 (600-2,010) Closed 14 407 (232-698) 1,400 (450-2,725) Farrowing ([dagger]) 3 439 (239-905) 0 Farrow-to finish 11 367 (200-673) 1,892 (1,025-2,950) * Farms were defined as open when they received external supplies of gilts [greater than or equal to] 1 time per year from at least 1 supplier and as closed when they received no external supply of gilts.
Slaughter value, meat quality and backfat fatty acid profile in Zlotnicka White and Zlotnicka Spotted fatteners.
Effect of HAL genotype on normal and faulty meat frequency in hybrid fatteners.
The department thus sees no reason for expensive outlay on weaner production but still recommends indoor housing for fatteners.
Effect of diet containg fish meal on physicochemical and organoleptical properties of fatteners meat.
Comparison of carcass and meat quality traits of white pure-bred fatteners and crossbreds with contribution of Pietrain sires.
The spokesman went on to say that the facility will house approximately 5,000 sows, 20,000 piglets, and 40,000 fatteners.
Among the seropositive herds in this study, significantly fewer were mixed herds of piglets and fatteners (53.
Most blood samples were collected from 4- to 6-month-old fatteners or gilts.
Once the delivery had been recorded by the Drehem central administration, in most cases Abbasaga transferred the cattle to other officials or fatteners, according to the needs of the palace or temples and the type of animals received.
The Irish Farmers' Association is co-operating with the Department in a major campaign to eradicate the use of the illegal fatteners by unscrupulous farmers.
Steer and heifer fatteners say the hot weather means the beasts cannot get to kill weight and condition in time for the autumn trade - but some of the same people reckon the feed shortage is so serious they will have to kill stock early.
UK buyers and on-farm fatteners looking to the 1996 market might be underpinning the price.
Meat retailers are unlikely to enjoy a cheap beef bonanza even if the live export trade crisis were to force Britain to keep all calves in this country rather than ship 500,000 of them annually to Continental veal fatteners.