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calves

(kăvz, kävz)
n.
Plural of calf2.
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After editing there were birth records on 51 calves, 51 records on calves that survived up to weaning.
Top prices Steers - ET Williams & Son, Bodwina, Gwalchmai; Heifers - OH Parry & Sons,Trefan, Llanstumdwy; OTM - RW Jones, Cae Isa, Menai Bridge; Cows & calves - W T & EC Jones, Maes Llan Fawr, Tyn Lon PO.
The calves are composed of two major muscles, the gastrocnemius and the soleus.
Many farmers aim to calve their cows in spring or autumn so we are currently called to several calvings every day.
This study was done on 40 Healthy female Holstain cows at a range of 2-3 years old and their calves (20 male and 20 female) from an industrial farm.
After obtaining owners' permission, we sampled calves born to previously infected dams during the vector-free period of December 20, 2007 to March 15, 2008.
The dairy industry relies on separating cows from their calves after they've given birth.
The issue of dairy bull calves is another one that is not as black and white as it may appear.
MANY Echo readers may not be aware that lifting the ban of exports of British beef has allowed the live export trade in young calves from the UK to resume.
Their mothers were nowhere in sight--and the sea ice on which the calves had been resting was gone.
I am concerned that the lifting of the EU ban on exports of British beef has opened up the possibility of a resumption of the live export of young male dairy calves to the EU.
July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- The piercing buzz that radiated from the rankled timber rattlesnake's tail quickly persuaded Jon DeBerti, Pennsylvania Game Commission biologist, to stop searching for elk calves.