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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

Related Words

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

place seeds in or on (the ground)

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Management of lactating sows during heat stress: Effects of water drip, snout coolers, floor type and a high energy-density diet.
Productivity and behavior of sows on level and sloped farrowing pens and crates.
Thus, sows in crates necessarily farrow without the possibility to build a nest, resulting in an increase in stress levels and welfare issues.
However, higher frequency of NB behaviour was associated with sows housed in pens provided with straw than in pens without straw (Burne et al.
The care and use of all sows in this experiment were approved by the Animal Care and Use Committee of the Institute of Animal Sciences, Institutional Animal Care and Ethics.
To improve the performance of our sows, we have worked closely with the ABN team to get nutrition right.
Specifically, it covers the preparation of SOWs which correlate to the acquisition life cycle phases identified in the DoD Instruction 5000.
Stalls or crates--The crate is the most common system in the United States based on the number of sows.
For crossfostering to be successful, SOWS must farrow within 24 hours of each other.
With the European Pigs Directive up for review shortly, compassion in World Farming is campaigning for a ban on the cruel sow stalls throughout the whole of Europe.
Sows were weighed and introduced to their lactation diets, beginning from d 109 of gestation and were provided with 2.
A large part of the contribution to nonproductive days is failing to breed sows that could be bred.
All aluminum ingots and sows are merely unrisered castings and, as such, will contain a probable zone of sponge shrink or even a shrinkage cavity that may contain moisture.
In modern pig industry maintaining optimal body condition of high producing sows has become an issue of considerable importance due to the economic pressure to achieve best production targets (Whittemore, 1996; Maes et al.