[ US /ˈwinɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /wˈiːnɪŋ/ ]
  1. the act of substituting other food for the mother's milk in the diet of a child or young mammal
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How To Use weaning In A Sentence

  • So asking them to use mild soaps and weaning them away from perfumes and deodorants is our primary task,’ he said.
  • Presently, piglet early weaning diarrhea is a knotty disease in most pig farm.
  • The other payback is the obvious reduction in weaning stress experienced by calves already eating creep.
  • Life events can be developmental in nature: weaning, toilet training and puberty are examples that characterise all people's lives.
  • No adverse effects on mating, fertility, pregnancy, parturition, lactation, embryo-fetal or pre- and postweaning development were observed. US FDA Approves New Indication for Merck's HPV Vaccine, GARDASIL® - Yahoo! Finance
  • Of the 169 litters born during the study period, 73 failed to produce any offspring to weaning.
  • He is gradually weaning himself away from his role as a fundraiser and impresario for Cambodian dance. Times, Sunday Times
  • They reach weaning age while still consuming a diet mostly composed of milk, while their mothers graze on grass.
  • Certainly three to four weeks postweaning is where we would start to see some circovirus problems and, obviously with the advent and widespread use of circovirus vaccinations, we really don't see very much circovirus any more. ThePigSite - Global Pig Industry News Feeds
  • Weaning BW is influenced by the growth potential of the sire and dam, the milk production of the dam, and the feed resources.
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