heifer


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Acronyms, Idioms, Wikipedia.

heifer

a young cow

heifer

[′hef·ər]
(vertebrate zoology)
A female cow less than 3 years of age that has not borne a calf.
References in periodicals archive ?
L Davidson & Sons, Halmyre Farm sold six very milk Ayrshire heifers topping at PS1400 for a classy uddered heifer giving 34kg.
Both these heifers had been served by Waedog Erddyn 7.
At Peterborough Miss Halfpenny was reserve behind Khaleesi in a class which saw an Anglesey-bred heifer take the third spot.
Champion unhaltered beast was an eight-month-old British Blue x heifer from Trefor Jones, Bodychain, Caernarfon.
Ferrari is not a party to earlier litigation against Heifer international.
Find them at the Living Gift Markets in December at Heifer Farm in Rutland, and honor your friends and family with gifts that keep on giving.
Trade and demand was "exceptional", returning a record overall heifer average of PS1,825, with steers levelling at PS1,308.
Heifer International's new CEO personally understands what it means to be a war refugee from Africa, albeit a fortunate one.
A cut from a 16-month-old British Blue-sired heifer, supplied by Welshpool farmer Paul Andrews, won the top accolade in the season's final Asda/ABP Beeflink steak competition at the Royal Welsh Show.
Strong Calves (6): 8 month Charolais heifer pounds 385; 6 month Hereford steer pounds 335.
Helping the Hungry "with a Cow, Instead of a Cup of Milk," Heifer Assists Millions of Poor Families in 50 Countries.