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Antonyms for ruminant

related to or characteristic of animals of the suborder Ruminantia or any other animal that chews a cud


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Collaborating with 140 researchers from 73 institutions worldwide, the AgResearch-led project found similar bacteria and methanogens dominated in almost all rumens (the foregut of ruminant animals) across a wide variety of species and animal diets.
Segmental Analysis: Swine Feed, Poultry Feed, Ruminant Feed, AquaFeed and Others
We must get better at making use of pasture and by-products to feed our ruminants," said Prof Newbold.
Xun Xu, Deputy Director of BGI, said, "The goat reference genome is an important stepping stone in the molecular breeding of cashmere goats, and will help to advance the comparative studies on ruminants.
The current Feedmaster plant will become a specialist ruminant feed factory.
If farmers are considering importing ruminants from the affected parts of continental Europe, the NFU would strongly recommend that they discuss their plans with their vet first to reduce the risk of buying in the virus.
The repertoire of microbial enzymes responsible for breaking down complex carbohydrates in the Australian macropods is different from those of ruminant livestock,' says Prof.
Improving the milk production efficiency, milk quality, and overall health of goats and sheep are important goals for small ruminant dairy producers.
Ruminant livestock--including cattle, sheep, and goats--often consume diets that consist largely of feedstuffs that humans can't consume, such as pasture, hay, and crop residues (i.
The USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service rule which covers all ruminant imports, including haggis, is currently being reviewed, according to an emailed statement from the department to Agra Europe, a sister publication of the Food & Fiber Letter.
The new measure builds on FDA's 1997 feed regulation, which prohibited the use of certain mammalian proteins in ruminant feed.
that are most effective at reducing the spread of BSE include the ban on the import of live ruminants and ruminant meat and bone meal from the UK (since 1989) and all of Europe (since 1997) by USDA/APHIS, and the feed ban instituted by the Food and Drug Administration in 1997 to prevent recycling of potentially infectious cattle tissues.
While the case of mad cow disease in Washington state may have been from a Canadian herd prior to the 1997 ban on feeding ruminant proteins to cattle, it is equally plausible--though state and federal agencies have not discussed it with the public--that the case was caused by feeding contaminated poultry feces to cattle.