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WHAT DOES UDDER MEAN IN ENGLISH?
An udder is an organ formed of the mammary glands of female quadruped mammals, particularly ruminants such as cattle, goats, sheep and deer. The udder is a single mass hanging beneath the animal, consisting of pairs of mammary glands. In cattle there are normally two pairs, in sheep, goats and deer there is one pair, and in some animals such as pigs there are many pairs. In animals with udders, the mammary glands develop on the milk line near the groin, and mammary glands that develop on the chest are generally referred to as breasts. Udder care and hygiene in cows is important in milking, aiding uninterrupted and untainted milk production, and preventing mastitis. Products exist to soothe the chapped skin of the udder. This helps prevent bacterial infection, and reduces irritation during milking by the cups, and so the cow is less likely to kick the cups off.
The translations of udder from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «udder» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «UDDER» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about udder
QUOTES WITH «UDDER»
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Real nutrition comes from soybeans, almonds, rice, and other healthy vegetable sources, not from a cow's udder.
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UDDER»
Discover the use of udder in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to udder and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Udder Health and Communication: Proceedings of the ...
Therefore, this book provides an applied source of information for all that are willing to improve udder health.
Hendrik Hogeveen, Theo J. G. M. Lam, 2011
Rebhun's Diseases of Dairy Cattle
Etiology Udder sores are foul-smelling areas of moist dermatitis that result from
pressure necrosis of skin associated with periparturient udder engorgement and
edema. Common locations include the skin reflection between the medial thigh ...
Thomas J. Divers, Simon Francis Peek, 2008
Bovine Anatomy: An Illustrated Text
Diseases of the udder lead directly to reduced milk production that persists
throughout the lactation period. For that reason early treatment of udder diseases
is especially important in veterinary practice. The diagnosis of udder diseases
Klaus-Dieter Budras, 2003
A Ship Without an Udder
Robert L. Steed is a generous man.
Robert L. Steed, 1995
As a food, cow's udder resembles pancreas in texture and flavor. These French
recipes, the first for a pot-roasted udder and the next two for stuffed and fried or
grilled udder "sausages," are among the few I've encountered in which the
Calvin W. Schwabe, 1979
Anatomy and Physiology of Farm Animals
The mammary glands of domestic species have a great deal in common, but
inasmuch as the udder of the dairy cow has been so dramatically developed to
produce milk far beyond that necessary to nourish the cow's offspring, it is
Rowen D. Frandson, W. Lee Wilke, Anna Dee Fails, 2009
The Udder of the Cow...
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923.
Charles Sumner Plumb, 2012
New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research
Table 2 Correlations between udder volume and milk yields for hoggets and
mature ewes in Experiment 2. The values in parentheses are the correlations
coefficients after the Iog10 transformation of udder volume and difference in
Mastitis Control in Dairy Herds
udder. They branch forwards attaching to the abdomen (in front) and in the upper
leg area to the inner thighs. G The deep lateral ligaments. These also originate
from the floor of the pelvis. Passing down the outside of the udder (but inside the
Roger William Blowey, Peter Edmondson, 2010
Equine Reproductive Physiology, Breeding and Stud Management
Signs of Imminent Parturition Changes in the appearance of the udder are one of
the first signs of imminent parturition. During the last month of gestation, as
lactogenesis (milk production) commences, the udder increases in size as
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «UDDER»
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Udder Mud Run offers obstacle courses for both young and old
A boy enthusiastically races through the Udder Mud Run Family and Friends 1-miler at last year's Udder Mud Run which supports the Georgia FFA-FCCLA ... «Rockdale Citizen, Jul 15»
Top causes of sheep udder lumps revealed in university study
Poor ewe udder conformation, acute mastitis, inadequate nutrition in pregnancy and teat lesions are leading causes of udder lumps, according to a research ... «FarmersWeekly, Jul 15»
Udder Confusion: Dairy Digester Development in California
Udder Confusion: Dairy Digester Development in California. The Golden State has borderline personality disorder regarding promotion and discouragement of ... «Biomass Magazine, Jun 15»
Some cattle are on the pitch, they think it's all over: udder chaos as …
A herd of cows caused udder chaos and the postponement of a football match after wandering onto the pitch. And despite the best effort of the youth teams' ... «Belfast Live, Jun 15»
Weekend Read: The udder truth about cows
Cows shaped America. Cows enabled Europeans to successfully occupy the Continent. Cows, and the food grown to feed them, radically remodeled the nation's ... «GreenBiz, Apr 15»
A Family Business Built On Udder Cream
A successful family business has been built, exclusively on udder cream. Over the holidays, at a small, old-fashioned birdseed and garden shop in rural ... «Forbes, Jan 15»
The Udder Place brings country with a twist to downtown Turlock
In a humorous play on words, the Udder Place opened its doors in the former Vintage Lounge location on West Main Street on Wednesday. While the bar is less ... «The Turlock Journal, Jan 15»
Tory udder-ly terrible at milking cows
Mayor John Tory is an udder-ly terrible dairy farmer. During his speech to the Dairy Farmers of Ontario on Wednesday, Tory buttered up the crowd by admitting ... «Toronto Sun, Jan 15»
Global Milk Glut Is Udder Misery for New Zealand Farmers
HAVELOCK, New Zealand—New Zealand's lush countryside has helped transform the scenic island nation into the Saudi Arabia of milk: the world's biggest ... «Wall Street Journal, Dec 14»
The udder option
On a 60-acre dairy farm near Satara, some 500 hybrid cows roam around freely. The farm, located about 325 km from Mumbai, is their home where they are ... «Business Standard, Nov 14»
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