overbreed

overbreed

(ˌəʊvəˈbriːd)
vb, -breeds, -breeding or -bred
(Biology) to breed (animals or plants) excessively or too selectively
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there are unscrupulous breeders who will overbreed for a quick buck.
Religion has never stopped war in the past and ideologies like Roman Catholicism and Islam which cajole and coerce their followers to overbreed, are arguably the most potent source of conflict.
Whereas the lower classes overbreed, the upper classes regulate their numbers, fearing that excessive reproduction will damage their station.
The root of that problem was the ready availability of nominations and the consequent encouragement for breeders to overbreed their unworthy mares.
Perhaps the Government and the farmers can learn from it - how to feed animals properly and don't overbreed for the sake of money.
The drug approval system in the US, especially when it embraces cancer, overbreeds lab and animal work and undergenerates tests of natural substances in humans.