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  • noun Plural form of feedstuff.


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  • Requiring all livestock imported into the United States to meet health and safety standards identical to those established for the United States, including adherence to U.S. prohibitions against certain feed ingredients, pesticide use on feedstuffs, and certain livestock pharmaceuticals.

    Group Brings Vilsack 8-Point Alternative to NAIS 2009

  • Companies such as Ford Motor Co. and Dow Chemical Co. have surprised investors with news that earnings likely will suffer as a result of higher commodity prices -- gasoline for Ford and oil-based feedstuffs for Dow.

    Energy Costs 2008

  • The farmers consider them to be superior feedstuffs because livestock love the sweet stalks.

    6. Pearl Millet: Commercial Types 1996

  • - Eating ripe fruits and other feedstuffs that ferment easily.

    Chapter 11 1996

  • The agent can help you to formulate a properly balanced ration using feedstuffs available in your area.

    Chapter 4 1995

  • It would appear that oak foliage is best used at relatively low levels of intake to supplement other, poor quality feedstuffs.

    Chapter 5 1994

  • The anti-nutritive factors in pods are not well understood but it would seem prudent to balance a pod-based diet with other feedstuffs where possible.

    Chapter 1 1994

  • In areas where free water abounds, other feedstuffs like Azolla, Galiang (Alocasia macrorrhiza) and kangkong (lowland) can be planted.

    Chapter 13 1992

  • Feeding value of some common feedstuffs is influenced to a certain extent by the way they are prepared for feeding.

    Chapter 13 1992

  • Other non-conventional feedstuffs can be used as pig feed

    Chapter 13 1992


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