demand feeding


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demand feeding

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the practice of feeding a baby whenever it seems to be hungry, rather than at set intervals
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Noun1.demand feeding - feeding a baby or animal whenever it shows a need
infant feeding - feeding an infant
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In another study, 40% mothers weaned at 6 months, 53% weaned prematurely and 84% mothers followed on demand feeding practice in the study conducted in rural Karnataka.
There are the unreasonable expectations to live up to, the twisted and assaulted version of the artistic self to contend with, the hungry mouths that demand feeding.
However, Hometrack warned that the bounce-back was largely due to pent-up demand feeding back into the market, following the weak second half of 2010, when many potential househunters sat on their hands.
largely due to pent up demand feeding back into the market, following the weak
Richard Donnell, director of research at Hometrack, said: "This is the first increase in demand for housing for eight months and represents a mix of seasonal and pent-up demand feeding back into the market after a 20 per cent decline in buyer numbers over the second half of 2010.
Demand feeding as a self- regulating feeding system for rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in net-pen.