liveweight

liveweight

see body weight.
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Dewi Hughes, technical development manager at Farming Connect, explained that farmers could use this knowledge to improve their milk yield and liveweight gains from grazed grass and forage and reduce overall input costs.
Traders] should sympathize with local poultry raisers who are just starting to recover after the liveweight price of chicken fell drastically,' he said.
By achieving a 14% gain in liveweight lamb produced per ewe, he is pocketing PS3,600 more for his flock compared to last year, a Farming Connect open day heard.
We carefully select these rams from within the breed's top 10% and this year 81% of the crop had reached 38kg target liveweight by weaning and were sold straight off their mothers at between 54 and 110 days," he said.
Although the liveweight price of fatteners has seen ups and downs, every batch has always been profitable so far for the co-op and the farmers, according to Eladio Umban.
Increased hunger and intake per kg liveweight between breeds have been associated with reduced mature liveweight (Clark et al.
4p per kg liveweight - an increase of 42p year-on-year.
Twenty-one Parda de Montana calves, with the same age and weight at weaning, were individually slaughtered in different dates once they reached 450kg liveweight.
Thus, the experiment was designed to evaluate DM voluntary intake, apparent nutrient digestibility, nitrogen balance, and liveweight changes by intact West African dwarf breed of rams, and later rumen DM degradability were carried out on the stover using rumen-fistulated West African dwarf (WAD) sheep to determine feed quality by sole feeding stover from six dual-purpose groundnut cultivars to the animals.
16 percent in liveweight basis from the previous year or 1.
Liveweight lamb prices have crashed following the reopening of English and Welsh livestock markets last week.