Definition of Weanling. Meaning of Weanling. Synonyms of Weanling

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Definition of Weanling

Weanling
Weanling Wean"ling, a. & n. from Wean, v. The weaning of the whelp is the great test of the skill of the kennel man. --J. H. Walsh. Weaning brash. (Med.) See under Brash.
Weanling
Weanling Wean"ling, n. [Wean + -ling.] A child or animal newly weaned; a wean.
Weanling
Weanling Wean"ling, a. Recently weaned. --Milton.

Meaning of Weanling from wikipedia

- A weanling is an animal that has just been weaned. The term is usually used to refer to a type of young horse, a foal that has been weaned, usually between...
- between one and two years old may be called yearlings. Filly Triple Crown Weanling Hammond, Gerald (2000). The Language of Horse Racing. London: Taylor &...
- A weanling colt...
- "suckling". After it has been weaned from its dam, it may be called a "weanling". When a mare is pregnant, she is said to be "in foal". When the mare gives...
- include farrow-to-feeder pig, feeder pig-to-finish, weanling-to-feeder pig, and farrow-to-weanling.  This article incorporates public domain material from...
- sometimes called a suckling, and a foal that has been weaned is called a weanling. Most domesticated foals are weaned at five to seven months of age, although...
- Claiborne Farm as witness. Ogden Phipps won the toss and took the 1969 weanling filly out of Somethingroyal. The filly was named The Bride and never won...
- races, and the most successful of his progeny was Authaal. When sold as a weanling (between six months and a year) Authaal reached 325,000 guineas. He was...
- Lonstein, Joseph S. (2014). "Placentophagia in weanling female laboratory rats: Placentophagia in Weanling Females". Developmental Psychobiology. 56 (6):...
- conditions, a yearling will have already been trained as a suckling or weanling foal to lead, to have its hooves handled, to be groomed, clipped, blanketed...
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