Translation of udder in Spanish:


ubre, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʌdə//ˈədər/


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    ubre feminine
    • Dr Edwards said the suspicious acts comprised the injection of substances into the udders to enhance the appearance of the udders.
    • Sheep heads, rams' testicles, udders and jelly from the feet were all prepared for storage.
    • A calf that spends the early hours of life licking a dirty udder and hind legs of a cow trying to find a teat is more likely to succumb to disease than a calf in a clean environment that got an early feed of quality colostrum.
    • This may be on the teat or where the teat joins the udder.
    • Julie Morrow-Tesch's experiments with piglets in a maze showed that it was the mother's milk scent on the udder that guided the piglets.
    • In general, high, wide, and firmly attached udders with appropriate teat size and placement are favorably associated with longevity.
    • Even if there's milk in the udder, the pregnancy has to have advanced sufficiently to predict foaling.
    • He joined what is now the Roslin Institute, near Edinburgh, in 1973, and cloned Dolly the sheep from the udder cell of an adult ewe in February 1997.
    • A healthy udder is soft and pliable, and has two well-developed teats.
    • As soon as you enter the gallery, large udders virtually hit you in the face - udders made of rich yellow (one is tempted to say golden) fleece.
    • Milk from cows treated with BGH is likely to contain pus from their udders since the hormone leads to mastitis, or udder infection.
    • Around the bend in the path came a soft, pale, velvety nose, attached to a large, prancing, silky brown body bearing a well-filled udder between the hind legs.
    • Moreover, the percentage of injured teats and/or udders was positively associated with litter size on d 7 and 21 of lactation.
    • All that concerned us was to tighten the udders and get the teats underneath.
    • Milk out cows for the first three to six days after calving, making sure the udder and teats are clean
    • An embryo can be developed from scratch, without the normal fertilisation process, using a nucleus derived from an adult cell that had already specialised (in this case, a sheep udder cell).
    • But the automatic machines use lasers to find the udders, and a computer memorizes the configuration of the udder for the next milking.
    • Instead it was a mixture of lips, eyelids, eyeballs, nostrils, udders, spare skin, throat, larynx and so forth.
    • Critics seemed most impressed that the film-makers had invented the male cow, with udders instead of horns.
    • The procedure may be necessary on some farms to prevent facial injuries to nursing pigs and injuries to sow teats and/or udders; thus, this procedure could be justified on an animal welfare basis.