Drenche

Drench´e


v. t. & i.1.To drown.
In the sea he drenched.
- Chaucer.
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James Ruggeri, of red meat body Hybu Cig Cymru (HCC), said it was vital that the lifespans of existing drenches were extended for as long as possible.
He recommended that farmers first establish the resistance status of their flocks to groups 1-3 drenches. They can then consult their vets to draw up a worming strategy.
"I was surprised with the extra weight gain in the group that received Liquithrive Lamb as the flock has been treated with other nutritional drenches in the past but with little success," said the college's deputy head of faculty for agriculture, Jerry White.
The discovery of resistance to white drenches proved a wake-up call for Peter Loxdale of Castle Hill Estate in Llanilar, near Aberystwyth.
By drenching only when required, Castle Hill has reduced the use of drench by up to two drenches over the season with an additional drench cost saving of around pounds 500.
By drenching only when required, Castle Hill has reduced the use of drench by 1-2 drenches over the season, saving around pounds 500.
Geri reveals her super-fit figure; HIT SQUAD: Geri with minders before show; OH MAN!; In a surprise strike, Geri drenches her military chaperone with sea water as they stroll on the beach before yesterday's show - but her bikini defied the Muslim code
IN STEP: Sexy Geri wows troops in Oman; OH MAN!; In a surprise strike, Geri drenches her military chaperone with sea water as they stroll on the beach before yesterday's show - but her bikini defied the Muslim code; Pictures: JULIAN ANDREWS and PA
With a blistering performance from Jessie Wallace as Kat, she clashes with Alfie and even drenches Fat Pat with beer in the Vic for calling her a slapper.
A HUGE wall of water drenches three wave dodgers yesterday - as foul weather left two men dead.
A HUGE wall of water drenches three wave dodgers yesterday - as foul weather across the country left two men dead.