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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Those interested in attending can contact Seed Hatchery at info@seedhatchery.
Workers at the Leaburg Hatchery had been working around the clock ensuring pumps delivered water to keep the fish alive.
It can be daunting setting up your first business, but the Hatchery was the ideal environment to get Lamasatech started.
Llynyfan Hatchery is blessed with top-quality water from Llyn y Fan Fach Lake and has deservedly won awards for its work.
Jaume Sauntaularia, said: "Having worked with Granja Crusvi for the last five years, we are very pleased that our continuing collaboration has culminated in the first phase of a complete hatchery remodeling -- and delighted that Granja Crusvi yet again shows its pioneering side - to be the first SmartPro™ adopter in Spain.
Every year around 300 adult salmon are taken from the Tyne and kept in a tank at the hatchery, next to Kielder Castle.
This hatchery also was retooled to handle pallid sturgeon.
I don't mean to be providing free advertising here for a particular hatchery, I just want to make sure they and other hatcheries get a fair shake, because it's hard nowadays to find companies that give such good service.
But the state's hatchery program also loses each year to poachers, those who fish without licenses, Edmondson said.
Hatchery fish from the 1997 release constituted the majority of the hatchery fish returns to the recreational fishery in 1998 (89.
I had the opportunity to visit this unique hatchery while it was under construction, and it will provide a tremendous tool in increasing salmon survival rates," said U.
The Feather River Fish Hatchery, located on the river across from historic downtown Oroville, will feature active salmon spawning for public viewing.