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HEIFER. A young cow, which has not had a calf. A beast of this kind two years and a half old, was held to be improperly described in the indictment as a cow. 2 East, P. C. 616; 1 Leach, 105.

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Nor did he finish there, paying 3,100gns for the reserve champion maiden heifer, 24-month-old Hafodesgob Molly 162, from Gwenfair Jones & Sons, Bala.
The property originally was a holding farm for livestock shipped overseas, something Heifer no longer does, preferring to buy local animals for the farmers it assists.
Five in-calf heifers sold on the day to a peak of PS1,600 for Shoestring Joker Cortina, who was not far from calving down to Huck.
This grazing and drylot forage-based heifer development and breeding study was conducted at the North Dakota State University, Dickinson Research Extension Center (DREC) (47[degrees]11'40"N 102[degrees]50'23"W) located 35 km north of Dickinson, ND, USA, in accordance with guidelines approved by the North Dakota State University Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (Approval Number A12007).
f) Physical measures of heifers from 400 to 600 kg.
Under the agreement, Merck Animal Health will market Neogen's Igenity-Prime, the original test available to determine the genetic merit of a commercial dairy heifer as well as the Igenity-Select, an excellent decision-making tool for commercial dairies that features nearly 7,000 genetic markers for disease and performance traits.
On March 15, 2013, Heifer Plastics marked its official 60th Anniversary milestone in the only way that Bob Heifer would have wanted it: with a celebratory event for employees and their families.
That's why a tax-deductible, year-end donation to Heifer International represents a sound investment in the improvement of our world.
From the Heifer International website, teachers can track and manage student goals and collections, as well as access downloadable, printable materials to help encourage readers.
Organic heifers presented by I Evans & Son Hendreseifion realised 300ppkg, 294ppkg and 277ppkg.
Researchers have attempted to develop heifer feeding and rearing programs with a particular emphasis on the effects of high feeding intensity on pubertal heifers (Ford and Park, 2001).
Since dairies seldom sell heifers, it took us three years to find a local dairy friend who sold us a purebred Jersey heifer.