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cooperative

noun Vox populi An organization whose members share purchasing clout, resources or other materials. See Health insurance purchasing.
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This will create an opportunity for sustainable and guaranteed investment opportunities with considerable positive aspects, as the value of the stocks which is Dh50 million will contribute to the development and expansion of the Coop and support its future plans.
Carl said: "Yard & Coop is all about serving up proper fried chicken with tasty sides, classic cocktails and craft beers.
Local coops - electric, farmer, vendor, housing, transport, consumer, market or fisherman groups - face the challenges and opportunities of an integrated ASEAN economy this year.
The other wild hen flew the coop and is now living under the hen house, behind some boards that prevent Mr.
is a robust and functioning organization, a model of the well-run coop that has been studied and replicated around the world.
These portable chicken coops are designed so that either end drops down for access to feeders and waterers, and to allow your chickens out while you're there to supervise (your presence should deter predators).
To test whether flies could be smuggling campylobacter into coops, Pedersen, his colleague Birthe Hald, and five other scientists collected and counted flies that entered a large Danish coop in July, which is peak fly season.
Haven't got the first idea how to build a backyard coop?
Output previous to the automatic staplers was 340 poultry coops a day at the 35-man operation.
Some coops work at one or more removes from retail shelves; others comprise well-known, equity-rich brands: Ocean Spray, Land O'Lakes, Welch's, Sunkist and more.