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The station is a sheep and cattle breeding and fattening farm.
After weeks inside the fattening farms, the big brides are finally let out and paraded in the village square.
The adjustment plans for countries with excess fleet capacity and bluefin tuna fattening farms are also important.
Grain yields have also increased, but much of the gain has gone to fattening farm animals that are very inefficient at converting grain to meat.
Among the Calabari people in southeastern Nigeria, brides are sent to so-called fattening rooms or fattening farms before their weddings.
Before their weddings, brides are sent to fattening farms, where their caretakers feed them huge amounts of food and massage them into rounder shapes.
A 438 hectare sheep and beef fattening farm at Waiotira in Northland, has sold to a Dargaville-based farming company for $1.99 million.
Hazin said one possible scenario is suspending a technique in which fishing boats use nets to trap mass quantities of bluefin to supply to fattening farms.
The company has another major production plant near Halesworth in Suffolk as well as turkey breeding and fattening farms throughout East Anglia.
George and Lucky were on a "fattening farm" in France waiting to be transported elsewhere before Julie and Ken Bassett paid £1,500 for the pair.
The 16 farms that changed hands in Northland in September comprised 13 grazing, two horticultural properties and one fattening farm, reaching a district median price of $310,250.
France and Spain have the largest fleets of purse-seine ships, while the biggest fattening farms are in waters off Malta, Croatia and Spain.
They also ensure that bluefin tuna fattening farms under their jurisdiction submit a caging declaration to their competent authority and are registered by the Commission with the ICCAT.
Girls from rural families are taken for leblouh at special "fattening farms" where older women, or the children's aunts or grandmothers, will administer pounded millet, camel's milk and water in quantities that make them ill.
"The continued absence of data on quantity and size of bluefin tuna caged in fattening farms creates a black hole and provides an easy facility for the laundering of illegal, unregulated and unreported catches of Mediterranean bluefin tuna," Tudela said.
The epizootic was declared in a region in which pig farms of various structures were situated (basic farms and high-quality farms, farms producing animals for fattening and fattening farms, farms raising breeding animals and farms producing slaughter pigs).
The catch is sold to tuna fattening farms, many located in Cypriot, Croatian, Maltese, Sicilian, Spanish and Tunisian waters and many owned by Japnese companies like Mitsubishi, Maruha or Mitsui or the Spanish group Ricardo Fuentes e Hijos.
The plan will bring together the resources of the seven main Member States involved in the fishery – Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal and Spain – and will cover all stages in the market chain, including controls at sea, onshore, and at fattening farms.
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Famished, exhausted and with their heads half-shaved, the slaves were herded off ships, groomed in "fattening houses" and dispatched to sugar and coffee plantations across Brazil.
Ekpu & The Fattening House: The Art of Inyang Ntofon, ART@THE CANNERY (curator)