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Integration with electronic sow feeders helps eliminate redundant data entry while improving data accuracy.
Five sows were obtained from different experiment groups on the third day after weaning, the PLR index of every group sow was measured by a new portable pupil detector (NeurOptics PLR200 Pupillometer, NeurOptics Inc.
Pak Choi is a good late entry - sow now and collect in October, usually right up to first frosts.
After yesterday 's After yesterday's training session at Riccarton Sow tweeted: "Happy to be back "Happy to be back training with the boys.
By improving sow performance, Tim has needed to expand the unit to accommodate the extra pigs being reared.
Within the context of government contracting, the SOW is defined as the portion of a contract that establishes and defines all non-specification requirements for contractor efforts, either directly or with the use of specific cited documents.
It is time to sow the seeds of a few selected plants - indoors.
As grow your own campaigns have gathered pace many people have had a go at growing their own veg, even if they've just had time and space to sow a few lettuces in a window box.
AS "grow your own" campaigns have gathered momentum in the last few years, many people have had a go at growing their own veg, even if they've just had time and space to sow a few lettuces in a window box.
Only five minutes later, a sow and her piglets came in.