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n. a nonhomosexual. (In a homosexual context.) Don’t invite Willy. He’s a breeder.
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In a bid to attract more overseas runners, Breeders' Cup is to change the way European horses become eligible for the scheme, switching the emphasis on stallion owners rather than individual breeders.
3 March 2010 - Chinese broiler producer Yuhe International has completed the construction of a new breeder farm, bringing the company's total number of breeder farms to 28, with 15 in operation today.
Owners enjoy sharing photos and benefit from having breeders as a resource for questions or concerns.
Some dog and cat enthusiasts, however, argue that the bill would force breeders -- who would be required to pay unspecified "intact permits" -- to go underground, and ultimately it would not make a dent in the growing population of strays.
Nestle Purina staff members develop a strong bond with breeders and their kennels, tracking dogs' performances and offering nutrition advice as needed.
When the Clinch River Breeder Reactor (CRBR) project died last year (SN: 11/19/83, p.
Rausing also highlighted the contribution made by breeders towards prize-money in Britain.
With breeders' prizes having last month been reduced by pounds 154,000 - 20 per cent of the original 2010 total - McCreery questioned the current structure, which sees between pounds 5,000 and pounds 10,000 paid out to breeders of Group 1 winners on the Flat and between pounds 9,600 and pounds 10,000 paid out to breeders of Grade 1 winners over hurdles and fences.
If we lose these breeders the supply of jumps horses will be affected, thereby diminishing the quality of British-breds even more.
AFTER an outcry from breeders in the US, the Breeders' Cup board has reversed its decision to suspend the Breeders' Cup stakes programme that helped to fund stakes races run in the US, the Thoroughbred Daily News has reported.
The decision to replace the breeders' prize scheme with British-bred owners' premiums caused ire among many breeders when it was announced in July.
BRITISH breeders yesterday defended the cash they receive under a Levy Board scheme, following a call from Coolmore supremo John Magnier for the system to be scrapped.
All that cash comes from the nomination fees that breeders and owners pay to get their horses eligible.
A statement from the Levy Board said: "Breeders' prizes are of great importance to National Hunt breeders, and at present many such prizes go to Flat breeders whose horses have transferred.