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cater for

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eat

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  • eat
  • drink milk
  • take nourishment

encourage

feed on something

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to sustain (a living organism) with food

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to maintain existence in a certain way

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to help bring about

a large meal elaborately prepared or served

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We've a team of three staff and we're achieving positive increases in animal health and welfare, cow comfort and feed conversion efficiency as well as total consistency of diet.
Overall, it seems that sumac powder, due to it's palatability is able to improve feed intake, body weight and feed conversion ratio.
05) decline in feed intake, body weight gain and feed conversion ratio.
Poultry - AGRASTIM[R] has been shown to reduce mortality resulting from bacterial infections, improve weight gain and feed conversion, reduce condemnations, and shorten growing time, resulting in higher profits for the producer.
The authors reported that a supplemental enzyme (a xylanase) significantly improved the body weight (BW), body weight gain (BWG), feed intake (FI) and feed conversion ratio (FCR) in broiler chicks maintained on triticale (a viscous cereal).
This recently published research revealed that supplementing nursery pigs with MINTREX Cu chelated trace minerals significantly improved daily gain and feed conversion ratio compared with the same level of inorganic Cu.
GrE-ttemeyer referred to the statement issued by the DPA that stated that Namibian producers are not allowed to utilize Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in fodder, antibiotics like Rumensin, or growth hormones like rBST, to artificially increase feed conversion ratios resulting in higher milk production volumes.
Body weight gain (BWG), daily feed intake (DFI), and feed conversion (FC) were determined from these data.
consider reducing slaughter weight to reduce cost of production through enhanced feed conversion ratio.
These estimates include the cost of prophylactic in-feed medication and using anti-coccidial vaccine for broilers and broiler breeders, alternative treatments if medication fails and losses due to mortality, morbidity, impaired growth rate, temporary reduction of egg production in layers and poor feed conversion of chickens that survive outbreaks [7,13].
The report added that the combination of cold, wet, and windy conditions, as was recently the case on the Plains, is the worst combination for feedlot performance, resulting in high costs and reduced feed conversion.
Since its introduction Provalen has demonstrated the ability to reduce in-house ammonia concentrations by over 30% and improve feed conversion by 2.