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High Yielder

A security with a high return. For example, a bond paying 15% per annum and a preferred stock paying 12.5% per quarter are both considered high yielders. High yielders usually carry higher than average risk, which is why they attempt to entice investors with the promise of a large yield.
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DEMAND FOR MILK ON THE RISEThe crosses are among the high yielders, says the farm manager, with each offering an average of 20 litres."In future, these are the animals we would keep because unlike the pure Friesians or Ayrshires, they feed less and are hardy especially in this environment and they offer more.
International experiences with DNDFs from other EM high yielders, such as Brazil, point to its effectiveness over the short-run, as spot FX demand can be temporarily deferred.
The reason of this divergence might be attributed to factor that farmers were interested for producing the high yielders through crossbreeding plan.
On the other hand, a negative consensus emerged in South Africa relative to other high yielders, but its absolute positioning is still high considering the major index risk in 2018.
During 2012-2014, among nine key crops, Indonesia had five in the top two high yielders compared to four each for Malaysia, Vietnam and Thailand.
Its a multifactorial disorder occurring especially in high yielders involving causes like long mesometrial attachment, continued tenesmus, excessive relaxation of pelvic and perineal ligaments during parturition, act of forced extraction of fetus during removal of dystocia, deficiency of balanced ration containing trace minerals and vitamins, multiple and twin pregnancies, intake of phytoestrogens for prolonged time, specific infections related to genital tract (Jackson, 2004).
This resulted in a milk price requirement of 23.60ppl for the midrange herds compared to 26.33ppl for high yielders and 24.19ppl for low yielding systems.
As the herd's high yielders are now housed during the summer, the cows are inside longer than they used to be, so good quality bedding was essential, he said.
A polygon drawn in the biplot (Figure 2) by joining the genotypes located farthest from the biplot origin encompassing all other genotypes facilitates identification of the genotypes that are high yielders in specific environments (Yan et al.
Given the performance of EM credit YTD, it is hardly plausible to ignore high yielders when risk appetite seems to have returned courtesy Benevolent Ben.
Nutrient Low yielders High yielders Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum % N 1.15 1.24 1.09 1.24 P 0.11 0.13 0.11 0.13 K 0.61 0.66 ([dagger]) 0.50 0.56 Ca 0.84 1.00 0.84 1.00 Mg 0.16 0.18 0.17 0.20 mg [kg.sup.-1] B 27 35 30 39 Cu 4 5 4 5 Zn 19 23 22 26 Mn 245 521 493 711 Fe 140 183 ([dagger]) 60 69 Yarborough et al.
From the dollar and some of the high yielders, we would be left with the impression that the trend in sentiment was intact given the greenbacks begrudging deflation.
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