In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(deer/seals/lambs) sacrificar de forma selectiva
- Discussion of the number of deer culled by the hunts I believe is academic.
- The 211 cattle and 1,000 sheep at Mount Pleasant Farm have been culled and the slaughter of livestock at two contiguous farms was continuing yesterday.
- More than 1,500 animals on five neighbouring farms had been culled as a precaution by last night.
- However, 125 sheep were culled and removed from the farm in sealed containers.
- More than 160,000 deer are culled each year because they damage crops and conservation areas through grazing or cause traffic accidents.
- The farmer would either cull the vulnerable calves or, if they are valuable for other reasons, treat them for parasites and then sell the meat in the nonorganic market.
- The consequent delay in warning the public and taking measures such as culling chicken populations has probably been a factor in enabling the disease to spread.
- Farmers in the Eastern Cape started culling their pigs earlier this week after the first sign of the disease two weeks ago.
- Close to 700,000 older milking and breeding cattle are culled from the national herd each year.
- Japan reported an outbreak in early January, isolating farms and culling birds.
- This just proves it is an ineffective method of culling the fox population.
- Deer surely have always been culled in Richmond Park one way or another.
- Simply for these numbers to stand still, 25-30 per cent of the population must be culled each year.
- The wolves were culled in order to allow moose populations in those areas to increase for hunting purposes.
- An entrenched battle exploded between conservationists and planners over whether to cull surplus animals for meat and hides, in addition to shearing them.
- Armed police swooped on a farm following reports of gunfire - to find a farmer culling animals.
- Although there is no legal requirement to cull the cows, farmers have said it may not be profitable to keep them alive.
- Five animals were culled after the initial test in January.
- The hunt, which they help fund and support, maintains a pack of hounds which is uniquely good at tracking the few deer which the hunt's stalkers damage without killing when they cull deer.
- Infertility, regardless of cause, is a major reason for culling animals.
- They may soon be looking for some sporting-types to cull their booming population of man-eating crocodiles.
- In March 2001, during the foot-and-mouth crisis, 800 of his farm's sheep were culled after dangerous contact with infected animals, although there were no signs of the disease in the flock.
- Cows were culled only on the basis of structural unsoundness and, infrequently, temperament until the fall of 1990.
- Cull any cow that is aggressive or difficult to control.
- And at times, the Game Department engaged in culling operations to reduce elephant populations in certain areas and relieve pressures on the habitat.
- Hunters selectively cull the does to make more forage available for the bucks.
- Since December, 800,000 birds have been culled in an effort to eradicate bird flu.
- Furthermore, for every infected farm the animals on neighbouring farms were culled as a precautionary measure.
- In June, he culled his older cows and sold them in pairs with their calves.
- Currently around 140 cattle are culled each week, some of which are incinerated locally, the remainder shipped to mainland Scotland.
- Farmers are calling for drastic measure to cull the population explosion of rabbits.
- We must stop herding and culling herds of human cattle, as policy.
- The same applies to culling wild horses, which are doing incredible damage in some National Parks.
- But his ministry says it does not have the funds to compensate poultry farmers whose birds are culled, or to perform the mass culls themselves.
- Other wildlife veterinarians disagree, however, arguing that untreated disease and inbreeding have culled the reindeer population.
- Calls have been made to cull the geese, who have grown rapidly in population in the last few years on Bedford's Embankment.
- Countryside dwellers are planning direct action protests should a North Yorkshire landfill site be used to bury foot and mouth culled cattle.
- Closed seasons themselves will not actually prevent a population decline unless culling levels are quite low even during the open season.
- As medical science conquers diseases that used to cull the population, so more people are succumbing to one or another form of cancer.
- Many pet pigs were culled during the Foot and Mouth epidemic - some quite needlessly in the contagious cull - and people were so heartbroken that they haven't replaced them.
- Thus the brother, perusing the books of many saints like a clever bee, culled the flowers of divine quotations.
- But he could not have based all his multifarious descriptions on personal research, and like any other seeker after knowledge he borrowed other men's observations and culled other men's flowers.
- The rents for the year 1827-28 were culled mostly from notices in the Chester Chronicle.
- The information is from my own notebook, and was culled from several sources.
- The piece mirrors a harmonious blend of contemporary fashion culled out of traditional art form.
- Here, culled from a variety of management books, are fifty-five ideas on better managing your organization.
- The chapters the editors have culled together do not really address these criteria.
- I asked participants to assess a single set of attributes culled from interviews with other organization members.
- "For the English translation we further culled out 58 poems," he said.
- As it is, recipes are culled from the usual historical sources.
- Many of these sources were taken out of context or culled from secondary sources.
- The images in the final work you see are carefully culled from hours and hours of footage.
- They have been culled from various sources, east and west.
- These lists have been culled from a variety of critical essays and reviews.
- His paintings are intensely private visions culled from a variety of photographic and other source materials.
- I was disappointed when I saw the condition of the outfit I carefully culled out of the closet that morning.
- Often the anecdotes he has culled from various sources seen contradictory.
- The list of thirty-eight downgraded or seriously questioned works has been culled from a wide variety of specialist publications.
- That this work is not might be a result of the fact that it was culled from a variety of sources (including some radio sessions in New York), with some of the tracks dating back to 2001.
- Around that heart is a lot of goofy bits culled together from almost every other romantic comedy ever made.
- In some cases, the songs were culled from television variety shows.
- The song list features a wide variety of material, culled from albums recorded throughout the band's entire career.
1matanza selectiva de animales
- The pre-emptive cull of healthy animals in Cumbria is not happening at the pace the government intended.
- Culls have been carried out at all 381 farms.
- But the Conservatives argued the Government should be bringing forward specific plans for a badger cull immediately.
- Unfortunately their upkeep is so expensive - £468,000 a year - that the council is carrying out a cull.
- The proposed cull would be the first since a moratorium was declared in 1995.
- A mass cull is the only way to make sure that all these sheep are killed.
- The cull of healthy animals was delayed last week as authorities dealt with the backlog of confirmed cases.
- A mass cull is the only known method of ensuring the disease does not spread.
- Last year there was an outcry when a cull of the birds was suggested.
- An executive spokesman said there were no plans for a seal cull in Scottish waters.
- The cull of sheep in the north was completed on Monday.
- Scientists have started work and one remedy suggested is a cull of the birds.
- We do not support the idea of wasting beef from perfectly healthy animals through an extraordinary cattle cull.
- Suggestions include a partial cull, transferring the birds elsewhere - or stopping people from feeding them.
- The hugely controversial contiguous cull of livestock to combat the foot-and-mouth epidemic was stoutly defended by the Government.
- In Scotland, troops were last night overseeing a mass pre-emptive cull of apparently healthy sheep to halt the spread.
- A total of more than 9,500 sheep and cattle were involved in confirmed outbreaks and contiguous culls.
- He said that there were international guidelines that governed the selective cull of infected animals.
- The contiguous cull led to the slaughter of millions of healthy animals four years ago.
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