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replacement

noun alternate, alternative, change, commutation, compensation, counterfeit, delegate, deputy, dislocation, displacement, envoy, equivalent, exchange, fill in, interchange, makeshift, proxy, reclamation, reconstruction, recovery, refund, reinstatement, relief, removal, renewal, renovation, reorganization, reparation, representative, reproduction, restitution, restoration, secondary, shift, stand in, subrogation, substitute, successor, supersedure, supersession, supplanter, surrogate, surrogation, swap, switch, temporary expedient, transfer, transposition, understudy
Associated concepts: replacement cost
See also: alternative, change, correction, cover, defeasance, discharge, dismissal, exchange, novation, preemption, refund, reimbursement, reparation, restitution, stopgap, subrogation, substitute, succedaneum, successor

replacement

a new remedy open to consumers in the UK under regulations promulgated in 2002 where goods are supplied in breach of contract. The vendor has the choice to repair instead. This is additional to the traditional rules on breach of contract.
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Keywords: Arkansas, Cattle, Drought, Forest, Hay, Impacts, Irrigation, Precipitation, Replacement Heifers, Row Crops, Trees
A third type of farm in the model also had 100 Holsteins with average frame size and 80 replacement heifers.
Use of ionophores in replacement heifer diets has resulted in reduced age at puberty (Bagley, 1993).
Using the concept of developing replacement heifers to a percent of mature BW, this research focused on comparing the growth, reproductive performance, and development procedure cost for heifers representing two different frame score groups (SF, 3.
exported about 117,000 dairy replacement heifers in 2011-12, according to the USDA Foreign Ag Service.
The strategy of providing less feed may reduce costs of developing each replacement heifer by more than $31 and extend their life span, with important ramifications for lifetime efficiency and profitability," says Roberts.
This could be an important adjunct to current UC recommendations, which suggest using age and weight in selecting replacement heifers.
Consequently, the number of beef cow replacement heifers calving and entering the herd is expected to be down this year.
The herd produces sufficient replacement heifers - between 40 and 50 each year - with the remainder cows put to beef bulls - either British Blue or Hereford - and the progeny are sold off as strong stores.

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