The hogs may now have some competition from the cud-chewing
dairy cattle of New England and New York who are set to contribute to power generation with their bodily byproducts.
He comes from behind the cows" finds the performer striding cautiously through a field of cud-chewing
To this day, the merest thought of the South American, cud-chewing
member of the camel family is a welcome reminder of the Ogden Nash poem-ette:
One way to curb the disease might be to exclude cud-chewing
animals - E.
animals differ from insects in that they eat less when their plants are grown in elevated C[O.
The serious outbreak of Mad Cow Disease in Great Britain (which peaked in 1993) prompted the FDA, in 1997, to ban the practice of feeding cow meat to cattle or other cud-chewing
When news of mad cow disease first began to break, Britons were shocked to discover that their cud-chewing
, or ruminant, cattle were being fed animal parts.
coli O157:H7 occurs naturally in many cud-chewing
animals and can be contracted by people through contact with their feces, usually in contaminated ground beef or water.
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FEY beyond comprehension, Belle & Sebastian's concert was so dull it was like watching a field of cud-chewing