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poult

a young turkey.
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Jejunal glucose uptake and oxygen consumption in turkey poults selected for rapid growth.
Effect of supplemental methionine and potassium sulfate on the choline requirement of the turkey poult.
Poults declared: "I have not played my best golf but it was nice to get the juices flowing again with that chip-in.
39) In another report, Lactobacillus reuteri isolated from chickens was found to reduce Salmonella species infection in both chicks and poults.
Poults and G-Mac apart, he has ten of his Ryder Cup team-mates ranged against him and two late-season winners in Nick Watney and Bo Van Pelt, plus Australian Jason Day.
This is where the pheasant poults (young pheasants) begin to discover the ways of the wild, learning the ropes of how to survive and prosper in the great outdoors.
Clinical signs include anorexia, depression, diarrhea, and weight loss compatible with a diagnosis of enteritis, the second most common diagnosis made in turkey poults throughout the United States.
Poults had caught Padraig Harrington napping on Friday, cheekily Tweeting snaps of the sleeping Irishman.
Two of the biggest advantages are that the poults hatched by a hen will be more inclined to set and raise poults themselves, and we think the hen-raised poults are stronger overall.
Scientists used highly specific, DNA-based tests to examine several Bordetella isolates, including some that had caused 100 percent morbidity in turkey poults.
Breeding a pair of Harvest Golds doesn't ensure all the poults will be Harvest Golds, however.