Home-bred

Related to Home-bred: well-bred, Born and Bred

Home´-bred`


a.1.Bred at home; domestic; not foreign.
Benignity and home-bred sense.
- Wordsworth.
2.Not polished; rude; uncultivated.
Only to me home-bred youths belong.
- Dryden.
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HERDSMAN I was, a thrall, not purchased but home-bred.
In the interbreed championship the reserve honours went to the South Country champion from the Patons at Castle Crawford, Biggar, with a three crop ewe which won at Peebles and is by Castle Zero and out of a home-bred ewe.
SLAITHWAITE pig breeders JG Bamforth & Son, of Heyknowle Farm, rattled up a fourth successive championship win with a trio of home-bred Pietrain-cross pigs at Skipton Auction Mart's annual Christmas primestock shows and sales.
Many hill farms are "closed" flocks, meaning they never buy in any new females and everything is home-bred.
Supreme champion in the cattle classes this year went to Tudor Edwards and family, of Corwen, North Wales, with their red Limousin cross home-bred heifer, Biwt, while The Real McCoy, a red home-bred Limousin cross steer show by Messrs Slack and Haughen of Newby, Penrith, took the Reserve Champion position.
A field of 10 stayers are in the line-up including home-bred Scotswell who was a gallant runner-up last year.
Her home-bred Homes By Mara Realty received a Congratulatory Citation in honor of its success and the positive influence within the Town of Oyster Bay since the agency first opened its doors in 2010.
The prestigious Champion of Champions Cattle Award in the Holstein section went to the home-bred qualifier from Elwyn and Cheryl Thomas, Gatrog Serge Lavender and the "other breeds" were headed by the Wilson family with the Jersey third calver, Bluegrass Exitation Prissy Polly.
There are 16 horses down to run in the mixed open and these include Banwen Miners open race winner David Llewellyn's home-bred Rosies Peacock, who will be going for his 17th win, and recent course winners Hoops y and Fair Point, who won the men's open and ladies' open races respectively at the Tredegar Farmers a fortnight ago.
AFTER selling three colts for a total of 314,000gns during the first day of Book 2, James and Mercedes Egan's Corduff Stud wasted little time in picking up where they left off yesterday when selling a home-bred daughter of Aqlaam for 72,000gns to BBA Ireland.