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WETHER. A castrated ram, at least one year old in ark indictment it may be called a sheep. 4 Car. & Payne, 216; 19 Eng. Com. Law Rep. 351.

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The hillside market on the outskirts of Lairg reverberated to enthusiastic bidding for wethers from all the regular lowland buyers as lambs from crofters and farmers from across the country met better-thanexpected prices.
If you keep wethers as pets or for brush-eating, be aware that some of them are prone to developing urinary stones (also called calculi).
Final harvest weight (p<0.004), HCW (p<0.06), and CCW (p<0.04) were higher, but DP (p<0.06), KPF (p<0.02), and BWF (p<0.05) were lower for buck kids as compared to wether goat kids.
Rejecting Mr Porter's claims, tribunal chairman David Dim by low said the Wether spoon firm made it clear in their employment handbook that anyone dismissed for gross misconduct was not entitled to notice pay.
Having her first outing since winning off a 3lb lower mark at Wether by in November 2004, she made an encouraging return to action over an inadequate trip at Ayr three weeks ago, finishing fourth behind Birdwatch.
Mule wether lambs from high-indexed Bluefaced Leicester rams produced carcasses with more lean meat and less fat in every joint, without being much larger.
The 7,417 North Country Cheviot wether lambs cashed in at PS45.67 (-PS2.22 on the year) and reached a top price of PS84 from Ken Sinclair, 9 Lochussie, Dingwall, while 2,764 North Country Cheviot ewe lambs levelled at PS51.01 (+PS6.50) having sold to PS82 from Messrs FG Cumming, 46 Blairmore, Rogart.
He won the intermediate class from Rob Carter in Hull AC's Dave Summer Memorial Trial on the rock-strewn moorland of Wether Hill Farm, high in the Farndale valley.
Well, if you go out looking for a goat to buy, there are some differences in what you look for, between a breeding animal and a future wether (castrated buck).
Asked what the meat was, staff at JD Wether spoon and Hungry Horse either did not know or said it was British beef.
One question that arises is wether it makes any difference when the experimenter chooses what to look for: long before the apparatus is built, or while the light is on the way through it.
In total, 9,644 wether lambs averaged PS52.07, up 96p on the year, while 3,474 ewe lambs averaged PS59.51, down PS17.03.