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Cal·vé

(kahl-vā'),
Jacques, French orthopedic surgeon, 1875-1954. See: Calvé-Perthes disease, Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease.
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In pasture based buffalo breeding, the highest milk yield is observed in water buffaloes that calved in winter, which coincides with the time when pastures are at their best (spring); water buffaloes fed with fresh and plenty of rough feed may have a higher milk yield.
Jonny Dymond auctioneer from Halls, said: "The trade and interest from different customers for the Montbeliarde in the sale goes to show the commercial demand for the breed for farmers, wanting constituents, fertility and longevity as well as milk." In the weekly dairy sale prices topped at PS1,800 for a second calved cow, Firstlook Blacklabel Goldchip Petrelle VG85 giving 45kg of milk.
After the first service, 77% of the synchronised group were in-calf, which meant March was particularly busy for Llyr: most calved in the two weeks after March 12.
Figure 3 also confirmed that female progenies calved somewhat easily over the period, and it was a commonly agreeable fact with previous reports including Dhakal et al [27].
Between 1994 and 2001, only two Beverly cows had been satellite-collared; these cows calved on the Beverly traditional calving ground (1995-97 and 2001-05; GNWT unpubl.
Messrs Johnson of West Wharmley run of heifers and calved topped at PS2950 for a Limousin cross heifer with a Limousin bull calf at foot.
Age at first calving was estimated as the difference between the day a calf was born and the day it first calved. Calving interval was estimated as the difference between the day a dam calves and its next calving.
"These genetic trends reflect just how well breeders are continuing to respond to commercial producers' demand for Charolais bulls which not only leave high performance quality calves, but ones which are easier calved," breed society chairman, Alasdair Houston, said.
B-15, which is 170 miles long and 25 miles wide, calved from the Ross Ice Shelf in March 2000, its mass converts to about 3.2 trillion tons of fresh water and approximates Maryland in length.
In 1998, she calved 7.84 km from the site used in 1997.
Fitted to a cow close to calving, Moocall sent out a text message an hour before she calved.