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05) differences in DM intake during the finishing period, and in TDN intake during growing and fattening periods between the treatments.
In fattening room a combination of natural and artificial lights was used.
Home to more than 1,000 aggregate breeders, this unit uses the latest technology in fattening calves.
To illustrate the seriousness of the situation, Greenpeace, on 30 August simulated a tuna cemetery by erecting crosses opposite a tuna fattening farm in the Murcia region (south-east of Spain).
Some suggestions: Ban soda, potato chips, and other unhealthy snacks from schools; tax junk foods, particularly high-fructose corn syrup, a major culprit in the fattening of America; promote jogging and biking, and encourage exercise breaks; expand, not cut back, physical-education programs.
As an ideal reference for people who can't get enough south-western food but must watch their weight, Texas Two-Step Diet opens readers eyes to the innovative ideals of healthy alternatives to fattening ingredients for those who enjoy hot and tasty foods.
Not when it has demonstrated time and again a disregard for the public by allowing millions in questionable expenses, such as the fiasco of a $1 million contract to a failed scooter vendor, and the continued fattening of the nation's best-paid staff.
The immediate thought, reading the title, is how ironic that at puberty some girls in some cultures are fattening up while many girls in cultures we know well are obsessed with thinness and suffer from terrible diseases such as anorexia and bulimia--also frequently associated with puberty.
So, her group raised 140 female mice for 22 weeks, feeding half of them normal diets and half of them extremely fattening fare.
Local school systems working with big companies to offer healthier and less fattening lunch and snack foods
This flood, in turn, drives down the prices of fattening fare such as prepackaged snacks, ready-to-eat meals, fast food, corn-fed beef and pork, and soft drinks.
It notes that tuna farming, or the fattening of wild tuna in cages, is not aquaculture, in which fish are bred and reared in captivity, and that the expansion of tuna farming in the Mediterranean could soon result in the commercial extinction of the highly endangered bluefin tuna.