teat


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Synonyms for teat

the small projection of a mammary gland

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In total, we detected 24 SNPs associated with porcine teat number in the [F.
Data regarding various risk factors for each animal related to animals and farm/surroundings, including age, parity, stage of lactation, teat length, teat diameter, teat end to floor distance, milk leakage, live body weight, calf suckling, use of oxytocin, milk yield and milking techniques were recorded.
TEAT and SEAT procedures were applied in a seemingly similar manner In both TEAT and SEAT a trademark instrument, Antismoke 3000[R], was used.
There was information on identifying the signs that milking is not being carried out gently or effectively, with tell-tale signals including discoloured teats post-milking or teat-end hyperkeratosis.
post-milking antiseptic teat dipping, dry period antibiotic therapy, mastitis vaccination, segregation of mastitic animals etc.
Rear udder height udder depth fore teat length and rear udder width were amongst udder traits significantly influenced by stage of lactation (Pless than 0.
Similar to present observations, higher prevalence of teat papillomas has been recorded in aged goats (Theilen et al.
Invented by David Williamson, the cartridge employed both round and flat teats, both of which could be fired in the Moore revolver interchangeably.
Teat diameter was significantly higher while teat and streak canal length was significantly lower in mastitic buffaloes.
Each unit is equipped with large and small teat cups that so far have met every need.
But if the price is hiked up - the average shopper bellows like a cow with a teat caught in a milking machine.
Don't use one that has no teat, is beyond its use by date or appears to be defective.
Udder measurements included udder high, front and rear teat length, front and rear diameter and teat distance (Magid, 1983).