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piglet

a young pig

Piglet

diffident little pig; tremulously courageous. [Children’s Lit.: Winnie-the-Pooh]
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And 28 days later the piglets will be weaned on a Saturday and brought to the growing and finishing house.
Therefore, this study aimed to evaluate the effects of using antibiotics, prebiotics and organic acids on performance, intestinal morphology, and microbiota composition of piglets from 21 to 35 days of age.
So I cleaned the newborn piglets with straw which was lying around the pen, and I ripped open the bags which the piglets were born in to release them.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) lamented Rivers' choice to serve the piglets as sausages.
There is strong evidence that APPVs are a causative agent behind the type A-II congenital tremor (CT A-II) syndrome of piglets (4).
To train piglets with creep feed before weaning is a critical practice.
Keywords: Yeast extract; Spray dried plasma protein; Intestinal morphology; Early-weaned piglets.
This was a problem, since piglets need colostrum, which provides them with the antibodies they need to fight of diseases.
donated piglets, egg machines, and bakery kits worth over P.
Marcello Wonders, Gilly Discovers" is the story of two nine-year-old piglets who live in Europe.