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pullet

young, female fowl from heat-weaning at about 4 weeks of age, up to point of lay at about 5 months. In some circles the first laying season is referred to as the pullet year.

pullet disease
see visceral gout.
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Pullet is compelled to complete sets of medicine bottles.
Diez-Canseco said Vital Farms' pullet pay was the only instance he knew of where a company was paying for absent chickens.
In addition to the broodies from my old flock, two of my four Icelandic pullets went broody and proved to be excellent mothers.
Of the twenty-five (25) pullet carcasses examined, 60% had report of the circulatory system signs, mainly cyanosis of comb and wattle with occasional facial edema.
1989) that floor reared pullets are subjected to a drastic change in environment when housed in cages, the hypothesis considered was that adaptation problems can cause significant economic losses under commercial conditions and impair animal production.
At hatching, Leghorn-type pullets weigh about 40 g or 0.
The Cock and Pullet Public House and Maverick's Gambling Parlor will be open throughout the weekend.
When Quinn tried to close the door on him, Hannigan took out an air pistol, pointed it at his head and pullet the trigger.
The Shady Dale facility includes a processing plant, feed mill, three pullet houses, and 12 layer houses.
For fowl, prices were set as follows: a Sangley capon sold for three and a half reals; a laying Sangley-hen, two and a half reals; a Moro hen, two reals; a pullet, one and a half reals; a male chicken, one real.
SINGING STARS: Open Mic performers at the Cock and Pullet deliver a range of songs GLOOM drooped from the shoulders of my wise friend, the whisky-fancier, perched as usual on his stool at the bar of a pub near the river.
5m laying hens with related pullet capacity, located near Boling, Texas together with contract capacity for about 500,000 laying hens near Gonzalez, Texas.