Captive browsing ruminants are particularly susceptible to gastrointestinal disorders, and inappropriate diets are an underlying factor. This study investigated the nutritional composition of browse and pelleted feedstuffs used in an Arabian facility and compared nutrient intake against current recommendations for exotic ungulates. Additionally, retrospective evaluation of post mortem findings with regard to gastrointestinal pathologies was conducted (n = 497).
Nicely seasoned shrimp were cooked perfectly and meshed well with the cheesy grits ($15). This meal made it home, but I mixed and matched. Sampling both fried swai (Asian catfish; breaded with a nice, light hand and fried flawlessly; $10 with grits) with the creamy rich Southern staple.
ShareShare this Story: The most honest man told police about finding $400,000 of weed in shed Copy LinkEmailFacebookTwitterRedditPinterestLinkedInTumblrNews Local NewsCOVID 19GroundworkPoliticsCrimeNationalCOVID 19 WorldInsightVideosWeatherArchives Sports HockeyEdmonton OilersCult of HockeyNHLEdmonton Oil KingsJunior HockeyFootballEE FootballCFLNFLGolfGolf Videos BaseballBasketballNBANCAASoccerMLSInternational SoccerLocal SportsTennisCurlingOlympicsOpinion EditorialsColumnistsLettersMalcolm Mayes editorial cartoonsBusiness Local BusinessOpen during COVID Featured BusinessesReal EstateCommercial Real EstateMortgagesEnergyTechnologyGamingInternetPersonal TechScienceSpaceTech BizFP Markets Small BusinessAlberta’s Top EmployersArts Local ArtsMoviesMovie Listings TelevisionTV ListingsTheatreMusicBooksCelebrityFestivalsLife Shopping EssentialsFashion BeautyHomesBuying and SellingCondosDecoratingGardeningRenovatingVacation HomesHealthDiet FitnessFamily ChildMenSeniorsSexual HealthWomenParentingRelationshipsRoyalsFoodLocal food reviewsRecipesTaste AlbertaTravelSki SnowboardPuzzlesNew York Times Crossword ComicsAdviceHoroscopesContestsReaders’ Choice Obituaries Browse Notices Place an Obituary Place an In Memoriam Classifieds Place an Ad Business Card Directory Celebrations Real Estate Marketplace Local Directory This Week’s FlyersJobs Auction Special SectionsDrivingHealthingThe GrowthOpPodcastsePaper Our OffersMy AccountFAQBreadcrumb Trail LinksWorld NewsNewsLegalizationThe most honest man told police about finding $400,000 of weed in shedPrevious owner didn’t pay his bill, so buyer spent about $161 for the shed contents at auction. / Photo by Eastern Adams Regional Police, FacebookArticle Sidebar ShareShare this Story: The most honest man told police about finding $400,000 of weed in shed Copy LinkEmailFacebookTwitterRedditPinterestLinkedInTumblrArticle contentA Pennsylvania man who bought the contents of a storage shed sight unseen on the morning of Jan. 27 got quite an eyeful when he opened it up a few hours later and found about US$315,000 ($403,200) worth of cannabis.Suspecting drug activity, the Honest Abe of the storage world reported the find to the Eastern Adams Regional Police (EARP).