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COW. In a penal statute which mentions both cows and beefer's, it was held that by the term cow, must be understood one that had a calf. 2 East, P. C. 616; 1 Leach, 105.

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In our case, the owner was advised to maintain strict sanitary measure of dairy herd and milking instruments as well as to follow dry cow therapy to control and restrict the mastitis spread.
Six farms used a paddock for their dry cows, of which three provided excess to a separate paddock for the heifers.
Cost of keeping a dry cow mainly consists of the cost of forage per day.
Richard Pilkington, of Shordley Hall, near Wrexham, has focused on the dry cow period to improve performance in his milking herd.
Effect of an intramammary teat eal and dry cow antibiotic in relation to dry period length on postpartum mastitis.
Anthony s first buffalo was an old, dry cow, admittedly smaller than a bull, but the performance was awesome, with the bullet breaking both shoulders and exiting.
Metabolic and nutritional disorders such as ketosis, milk fever, retained placenta, and displaced abomasum (DA) all have their root cause in the nutritional management during the months leading up to calving (the dry cow period).
Audfarantly means "in an old-fashioned way", to be bishopped is to be confirmed (by a bishop), casings are dry cow dung used as fuel, to be foxed is to be drunk and to frapple is to feel or fumble.
The dairy and dry cow farmer was well-known and respected in the rural community.
dry cow haven't gotten a lot of "The nutritional requirements of the dry cow haven't gotten a lot of attention in the past.
On dairy farms these are used as part of Dry Cow Therapy to treat intra-mammary infections - whether they are present or not.