meated


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meated

(ˈmiːtɪd)
adj
fattened or fed
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448 prime goggs: Trade was better than expected, especially for meated lighter weights.
Similar number of lambs forward, with a slightly stronger demand for export weight lambs and better shaped, better meated lambs.
Meated ewes slightly sharper on the week Texel - PS99 Stotsfold Texel x - PS100 West Wharmley, PS87 Newbiggin Hill, PS82 Spenside, PS73 Kimmerston, PS70 Whittonshields, PS64 West Uppertown, PS60 Stotsfold Suffolk x - PS75 West Uppertown, PS68 Kimmerston, PS65 Thornley Pit House, PS60 Whittonshields Leicester - PS87 Crowhall Mule - PS68 West Wharmley, PS60 Burnbank, PS56 The Bridges, PS54 Stotsfold, PS52 Buckshot, PS50 East Lodge Cavers Blackface - PS35 Cottonshope 7 Pottsdurtrees, PS34 Hole Farm (x2), PS31 Burnbank Swaledale - PS50 Stotsfold, PS41 Buckshot, PS35 (x2) Stotsfold Crossbred - PS67 & PS63 Kimmerston Store Lambs Hexham and Northern Marts held their weekly store sheep sale with a large number of lambs forward.
Thelma Sanders is a type of acorn squash that has been described as "fine meated, better than sweet potatoes." Aunt Molly's ground cherries are abundant producers that have been grown since the early 19th century.
IT seems that justice is being "meated" out and more people in supplier countries are taking a stand against the live animal trade.