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Synonyms for sow

Synonyms for sow

to put (seeds) into the ground for growth


Synonyms for sow

an adult female hog

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place (seeds) in or on the ground for future growth

place seeds in or on (the ground)

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The upgrade also includes a new performance snapshot providing a variety of metrics for tracking performance from day-to-day and week-to-week across sow units including services, weaning and farrowing.
Five blood samples were obtained from different experiment groups on the fourth day after weaning, and the samples to measure cortisol concentrations were collected in anticoagulant-free tubes from each sow.
James Keatings has drawn level with Sow on eight goals and Genero Zeefuik hit a double on his debut.
Tim Blanchard, an ABN customer who farms in Oxfordshire, with a closed unit comprising of 720 sows, has used performance monitoring and industry benchmarking to improve his herd and business over recent years.
There are no foolproof ways to ensure the SOW will be effective and without flaws.
If the seed packet contains too much seed to sow thinly, use only a portion of the seed.
Check the soil temperature first, because if you sow too early seedlings will struggle and be vulnerable to pests and diseases.
Check the soil temperature first, because if you sow too early the seedlings will struggle and become vulnerable to pests and diseases.
1 : to plant or scatter (as seed) for growing <We sow corn every spring.
Sow vegetables outside directly into the ground and thin out those sown earlier.
The continuing corporate scandals have shown individual investors that they have to pay attention to their investments and that they have rights and responsibilities as shareholders," says Michael Passoff, associate director in the Corporate Social Responsibility Program at As You Sow, a California-based nonprofit dedicated to promoting environmental protection and corporate accountability.
Luther wrote about this carving approvingly: "There is here in Wittenberg, on our parish church, a sow carved in stone, young piglets and Jews lie under it and suck teats.
Simply knowing the bare, essential needs for the sow leads to low reproductive performance.
If you have a number of sows, transferring some young piglets from their mother onto another sow can boost the total number of pigs weaned from a given number of sows.