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the process by which an organism produces others of its kind

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elegance by virtue of fineness of manner and expression

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the result of good upbringing (especially knowledge of correct social behavior)

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helping someone grow up to be an accepted member of the community

the production of animals or plants by inbreeding or hybridization

producing offspring or set aside especially for producing offspring

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This led to uncontrolled export of not only the animal, but also a breeding stock, which was then bought by the government.
Hubbard has a longstanding experience in breeding, developing and marketing breeding stock for both conventional and alternative markets.
Her topics include whether breeding meat goats will pay, choosing breeding stock, kidding management, nutrition, drought feeding and strategies, parasites, and marketing.
Cornell and Darby researched domestic and global markets, knowing there was a demand for velvet antler in Asia, and for breeding stock in the United States.
Frank Reese of Lindsborg, KS, has a few birds that came from recently deceased Norm Kardosh's well-known breeding stock. Unfortunately the gentleman who was to have taken the birds, recently suffered a heart attack and is unable to maintain them.
While scanning each animal may take only a few minutes, research leader Larry Cundiff says this technology will be used mainly by producers of breeding stock. "It can be used to identify and select superior breeding stock for production of progeny with high levels of marbling and relatively low levels of fat trim," Cundiff says.
Cloning is still expensive and as a single twinned animal costs thousands of dollars to produce they will, in the shorter term, be more valued as breeding stock, rather than meat.
Newspaper reports earlier in the week suggested the Corporation would be selling off all their breeding stock in a massive scaling down of the operation after the sudden death of Prince Ahmed Salman, founder and owner, last month.
He sent each a letter that read in part, "I am sorry that my fondness for the performance of equine athletes has caused you an offense; therefore, for your sake and the sake of others like you, I have set in motion the necessary plans to dispose of all of my thoroughbred racing and breeding stock between now and the breeding sale in Kentucky in November."
"We're now coordinating breeding stock with the National Zoo.
Since BKD can be almost fully controlled by testing the breeding stock, the disease had nearly disappeared in Chile.
1, new partial sales and use tax exemptions go into effect for certain sales and purchases of: farm equipment and machinery; commercial timber harvesting equipment and machinery; diesel fuel used for farming, food processing and transportation to the market place; and racehorse breeding stock.
A spokeswoman for Mr Nelson confirmed pounds 50,000 had been paid for the ram in 1997 and said: 'It was bought to provide good quality breeding stock. It's a blow to lose any pedigree livestock.'
The selected NIEHS centers will sequence mouse genes and compare them to human genes and their sequences, produce mice with mutations or missing genes (knockout mice), and maintain breeding colonies to supply test rodents and breeding stock to other scientists.