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drench

1. the act or an instance of drenching
2. a dose of liquid medicine given to an animal
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Pictured drenching their sheep on demand - which has saved hundreds of pounds - are Peter Loxdale of Castle Hill Estate in Llanilar, near Aberystwyth, and shepherd Geraint Jones (left
Waterpik has reinvented the drenching showerhead category by combining an indulgent, rain-like shower experience with unique innovation and design.
And they have succeeded in reduced the quantity of drench used and the time spent drenching sheep.
SHEEP producers can save money by drenching their lambs this spring with an organically-chelated trace element and vitamin supplement,according to Welsh researchers.
SANTA CLARITA - Storms that have been drenching Northern California since mid-November have blanketed the mountains with snow, allowing officials to release more state water to the Castaic Lake Water Agency.
The test will initially target the over drenching of sheep that become resistant to anti-biotics that are administered.
Summary: A motorist who was filmed drenching children at a bus stop by going through a puddle could face prosecution for dangerous driving.
WELSH Sheep producers may find genuine cost benefits from drenching their lambs this spring with an organically produced trace element and vitamin supplement.
While storm-drenched hurricane veterans were delighted after all the ominous evacuation warnings that it delivered far less physical injury and property destruction than originally feared, Floyd nevertheless proved relentlessly drenching, dropping as much as 19 inches of rain in some areas.
Once it takes off, it releases a giant, drenching blast of water that looks like a real rocket launch