prolificacy


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the property of producing abundantly and sustaining vigorous and luxuriant growth

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The parameters concerning breed, estrus response (interval from device removal to onset of estrus and estrus duration) and prolificacy were analyzed using analysis of variance (ANOVA).
Gwyn believes his Texel x Cambridge (Camtex) ewes produces "top spec" lambs whilst retaining some of their original prolificacy. Half are sold deadweight to Waitrose, the rest go to Oswestry mart: Mid-Janaury prices were pounds 74-pounds 80 for 40kg-48kg lambs.
They are known for their prolificacy, having three-plus more pigs per litter than the better U.S.
If people like George Tyndale could spew out donations with the ease and prolificacy that he spews out such meaningless criticism, then money would not be a problem.
All of above results revealed the association of INHA to the prolificacy in goats.
These results show that investing in inputs that allow improvements in the technical efficiency of the breeding can be advantageous, such as in the case of supplementing lambs with concentrates to improve weight gain, supplementing ewes to increase prolificacy or reduce lambing interval, in using fertilizers or limestone to intensify the use of pastures, in applying vaccines and other medicines to enable reductions in pre-weaning mortality, or in purchasing breeding rams with proven genetic potential for productivity gains.
It is expressed independently of prolificacy, although it does take into account the number of lambs a ewe is rearing.
Two were in the small herd classes and a third was the prestigious Silcock Perpetual Challenge Cup for both the productivity and prolificacy of his Llyn herd.
In an unprecedented act of art-house prolificacy, Seidl premiered the three films within one year at Europe's most prestigious festivals: Love at Cannes (2012), Faith at Venice (2012), and Hope at Berlin (2013).
A recent best of compilation Absolute, denotes what must constitute a prolific period for the man not exactly renowned for his flagrant prolificacy. A new album is on the boil, however, when that will finally appear is anyone's guess.
Ordinary families struggling to keep a roof over their heads will have to pay more for their mortgages because of the prolificacy of this reckless bank.
Emrys Jones had switched to Lleyns in 1989, swayed by their prolificacy and mothering abilities.