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poultry

(pōl′trē)
n.
Domesticated fowl, such as chickens, turkeys, ducks, or geese, raised for meat or eggs.

poultry

farmed, domestic birds including fowls, turkeys, ducks, geese. For other words relating to domestic birds, see under avian.

poultry flea
see echidnophagagallinacea.
poultry hemorrhagic syndrome
see hemorrhagic syndrome.
poultry mite
poultry waste
spilled feed, dried litter and fecal residues from chicken houses can be used to provide a high-protein supplement feed for livestock. There are hazards, especially botulism and poisoning by feed additives such as copper and phosphorus. The material may also contain an unidentified hepatoxin. Called also dried poultry waste.
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166) Poultry producers in nutrient-limited watersheds need to perform an annual soil test on each land application area before the application of poultry waste to determine nutrient needs and application rates.
The soil amendments of the dredge spoil (acid sulphate) with poultry waste or red mangrove wood ash or a combination of both appeared to nullify the toxicity of the soil to Paspalum vaginatum and improved not only the vine length, net primary production and standing crop but also the health of the plant through conferement of tolerance to the abiotitic diseases of the plant.
Know the source of your organic fertilizer, and consider avoiding those that contain poultry wastes.
The reference price is defined as the Secretary's determination of the annual average contract price per KWH of electricity generated from poultry waste and sold in the previous year in the U.
Williams CM Barker JC and JT Sims Management and utilisation of poultry wastes.
A GROUP today demanded an end to the use of poultry waste as fertiliser on farmland around Holmfirth, amid fears over bird flu.
broiler production takes place on the Delmarva Peninsula (Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia), with nearly 600 million chickens producing approximately 1 billion kilograms of poultry waste annually.
The previous rule required facilities to be placed in service before June 30, 1999, and did not include poultry waste as an acceptable energy resource.
Independence, Oregon-based Whitney Farms, which has more than 140 different lawn and garden products, sells an all-purpose organic "lawn food" that is a blend of blood meal, feather meal and dried poultry waste, deemed perfect for your spread's nitrogen needs.
Widespread use of this technology should reduce the negative impact of runoff from poultry waste on water quality,' says Moore.
NC-RETS will track each North Carolina electric power supplier's compliance against its individual statutory requirement, and its contribution toward the statewide aggregate requirements for energy supplied by swine and poultry waste resources.
And if the question is how to get rid of poultry waste, the answer is not to incinerate it.