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teat

a. the nipple of a mammary gland
b. (in cows, etc.) any of the projections from the udder through which milk is discharged
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ZuraLac has been University tested, demonstrated significant efficacy against common dairy mastitis causing organisms, with and without organic load, and shown superior teat end conditioning in cold weather conditions when compared to standard iodine based products.
So there we have it, at the last gasp we retain our title of 'least worst North East team in the Premier League', as well as our place on the richest footballing teat on Earth.
As to its expansive role in mammary gland development, LEF-1 gene was identified as a candidate gene for teat number trait (Jonas et al.
The closed teat means that air cannot be swallowed from inside the bottle, even when nursing in upright positions (recommended by health professionals, yet impossible with most bottles).
Once the skin is broken the teat becomes raw and sore at that spot, and the cow may not let her calf nurse that teat because it is painful.
She lies there, not flinching in the least as the little ones with their sharp teeth tug away at her teats.
Remember that you also need to sterilise bottles and teats before you use them.
New products include a circulation cleaner -Spunhill Megachlor Powder, a concentrated pipeline cleaner, and two new teat dip and sprays for masti tis control.
Milking begins with a cleaning in a separate teat cup that uses tap water and compressed air.
Alan, 44, said: "Baby kangaroos normally rely on a teat inside the mother's pouch for six months.
The subsidies go a long way toward undoing the Freedom to Farm Act, which sought to wean farmers off the federal teat.
Lenox Hill Hospital, will also result in Lenox Hill's eviction from 30 more teat stabilized apartments at another East Side apartment house at 520 East 81st Street.