- a young mammal that has not been weaned
- English poet and courtier (1609-1642)
- The baby is suckling.
- The babies are suckling.
- calves kept with their mothers for suckling.
- Pre-weaned puppies and peri-parturient and suckling bitches should not be kept in an open floor system.
- Peri-parturient and suckling bitches should be provided with a bed and bedding material to support whelping and the nursing of puppies.
- Year-round peace and quiet is essential; the most critical period being before, during and after the pups' suckling period from 1 May to 1 September.
- Before, during and after the common seal's suckling period (1 May to 1 September), a distance of at least 250 m must be kept from tidal plains,
- a distance of at least 150 m must be kept from tidal plains. Before, during and after the common seal's suckling period (1 May to 1 September), a distance of at least 250 m must be kept from tidal plains,
- Thus, although the use of farrowing crates can safeguard piglet survival and welfare under some conditions, the close confinement of sows during the perinatal and suckling periods should be limited as far as possible and loose housing systems should be aimed at.