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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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.
SCOTS gamekeepers are supplying China's Olympic team with a secret weapon - deer pizzle.
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.