hatchery


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hatchery

a commercial establishment dedicated to the hatching of bird eggs to provide day old chicks and poults to the poultry industry.

hatchery liquid
the contents of unfertilized eggs. Used in petfood manufacture.
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Kenchic has subsequently introduced TRANSMUNE vaccination against Gumboro and VITABRON against Newcastle and Infectious Bronchitis diseases in day old chicks at the hatchery.
He expressed satisfaction over the functioning of Chasma hatchery.
Marquette State Fish Hatchery (near Marquette) stocked 65,615 fall fingerling and adult brook and lake trout that weighed a combined 4,371 pounds.
Alaska's hatchery program was explicitly designed to supplement natural production--not replace it.
When my wife and I arrived at the hatchery on a Tuesday morning, Marie and Etta greeted us with a warm Midwest welcome.
The Hine's emerald dragonfly project was selected for funding in 2015 and work began to acquire a mobile rearing unit, start cage construction and hire additional hatchery staff to begin culturing the dragonfly.
Francisco confessed that it looks easy to run a hatchery when you read about it.
Each year the Salmon River Hatchery raises as many as 1.
In its project brief, Feedmix said the proposed hatchery would be a "state of the art, multispecies hatchery" for high-value fish, such as bangus (milkfish), pompano, shrimp, sea bass and groupers.
The two groups, Mc Kenzie Flyfishers and the Steamboaters, have alleged in the lawsuit that the state wildlife agency, which operates its salmon hatchery two miles downstream from the Leaburg Dam, is violating the federal Endangered Species Act by not taking enough steps to prevent the crossbreeding of hatchery and wild spring chinook salmon.
They include the Gwyneddbased Prince Albert Angling Society, which spends around PS4,000 on stocking the rivers Mawddach and Wnion through the Mawddach hatchery, which was opened in the wake of the Gwynfynydd goldmine pollution incident in 1984.
The dedicated hatchery will house a fully serviced aquaculture system that can support the development and hatchery of oysters and lobsters through an applied seawater circulation system of tanks and hives.