pizzle

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pizzle

1. prepuce.
2. penis.

pizzle dropping
a farm procedure used in male sheep to reduce local wetting of the wool as a prevention against pizzle rot. The anterior attachment of the prepuce to the abdominal wall is severed.
pizzle rot
see enzootic balanoposthitis.
pizzle stain
wool stained by urine; in belly wool from male sheep.
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The pizzles are creating an extra income for the estate, just like the meat.
Pizzles, which are frozen or dried before export, are rich in protein, vitamins, calcium and magnesium and low in cholesterol.
Pizzles come in four sizes - under 10 inches, 10 to 12 inches the most common size, 12 to 14 inches, and longer than 14 inches, with a circumference of a 50-cent piece.
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Finlay Clark, secretary of the Association of Deer Management Groups, said: "I have never tried deer pizzle but if there are any Scots athletes who want to give it a go, I'm sure we could arrange it.