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The overfeed incident resulted in a high concentration of fluoride (92 milligrams per liter [mg/LI) in water that came from a drinking fountain at the school.
They say parents who overfeed should be treated in the same way as those who under-feed their children.
Don't overfeed: Owners who overfeed their animals have been warned they could be causing as much suffering as those who starve them.
DON'T overfeed leeks or you'll get more top foliage than white stems.
Fish will not only eat less (so if you overfeed them you are only adding material to rot in the water), but they find it harder to digest as their metabolism slows down.
It's easier to regulate appetite and harder to overfeed breastfed babies," he said.
Other potentially dangerous misconceptions include the idea that dogs will only eat as much as they need, which means that it's impossible to overfeed them.
If she is overfed, she may produce large amounts of milk and the kits may overfeed.
Also deeper screw feed channels can be used to reduce the tendency to overfeed the extruder.