conservation grade

conservation grade

adj
(Agriculture) relating to food produced using traditional methods where possible, and following strict specifications regarding animal feeds and welfare, the use of chemical fertilizers, wildlife conservation, and land management
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Cash was spent on three conservation grade cases for the objects that illustrate the story of Robert Burns and Dumfries.
After the work is complete, it will be displayed in a conservation grade cabinet and will be located at the school.
The walk raised over PS2,000 for the project, which is headed up by the RSPB, with Conservation Grade, Pensthorpe Conservation Trust and Natural England.
The project will study whether more barn owl chicks survive on Conservation Grade farms or on conventional farms.
Professor David Bellamy will share the platform with Marek Nowakowski, an agri-environment consultant from the Farmed Environment Company, which promotes Conservation Grade farming.
Jordans, which last year clocked up pounds 85 million in sales and has gross assets of pounds 42 million, sells a range of breakfast cereals, cereal bars, muesli and porridge that incorporate natural, organic and conservation grade ingredients.
The subtle blend of flavours provided by the combination of "conservation grade" (whatever that means ) wheat, oat and barley grains provide welcome interest and variety, but the chunks of dried papaya, mango and pineapple are a tad too large and give too great a burst of sweetness at times.
The museum team purchased three conservation grade cases for the objects that illustrate the story of Robert Burns and Dumfries.
The study of farms which are growing crops to Conservation Grade guidelines saw the number of barn owl chicks leaving the nest rise by around 25% at the end of last year's breeding season.
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