udder


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Synonyms for udder

mammary gland of bovids (cows and sheep and goats)

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Alas, udder fraud is no laughing matter to people who make their living raising and marketing Holsteins and other dairy breeds.
They include puff udder anti-venom, registered under Lot No: 000697, and one identified only as 'anti-venom', which has no manufacturing date or instructions for use.
Residents of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Rhode Island, who consumed raw milk and milk products from Udder Milk, a New York-based company, in the last six months, have been urged by the Centers for Prevention and Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to contact their doctors.
Tenders are invited for Purchase of detergents for cleaning dairy equipment on the MTF, funds for the treatment of the udder before and after milking
have importance for milk production and the aptitude of the udder to machine milking.
The study presents the results of the comparative evaluation of the preventive treatment of udder with probiotic agents and agents of chemical origin.
The machine senses which cow it is because of the chip, lets it in and uses a sensor system to put each sucker on each udder.
It's something we can all do, but the vegan ice cream truck Like No Udder that he co-owns with his wife Karen has given them a moving platform.
001) were significantly lower in mastitic animals while teat apex diameter, parity and udder depth was significantly higher (Pless than 0.
Factors affecting the clinical expression of mastitis also include the rate of bacterial exposure of the mammary glands and the efficiency of udder defense mechanisms.
A EWE mastitis research project funded by AHDB Beef & Lamb has highlighted the importance of knowing a flock's udder health status.
Most common routes of bacterial entry udder is via farm environment especially water source, utensils and hands of milkers (Robinson, 2005).
Judges say the ideal cow exhibits a set of physical characteristics in four major categories that make up the total evaluation of the cow: the cow's frame - 15%, dairy strength - 25%, rear feet/legs - 20%, udder - 40%.