poult


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poult

a young turkey.
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Real-time PCR measurement of viral sequences in organ samples from turkey poults with turkey viral hepatitis compared with controls, California, USA, 2008-2010 * Virus Poult no.
Poult, which has a domestic market share of about 33%, sees growth opportunities on the Polish food retail market, which is growing rapidly.
Being crowded makes it more likely for a poult to get pushed away from the feed and "starve out," the smaller ones can get trampled or smothered.
The irony here is that we don't actually need to persuade the great British public to eat more turkey, for if we simply supplied all the turkey currently consumed in the UK, we would be placing an astounding 12 million more poults per year.
Poults can't fly at first, so the hen raises them on the ground.
Abundance of arthropods that occurred in poult diets was greater (P [less than or equal to] 0.
Also in yesterday's session-end, the top gainers were THURAYA, SPEC, POULT, AJWAN and ITHMR.
Each day, 2 swabs were taken from both nostrils, starting from the day before the infected poults hatched (day 0) through day 7 after the poult hatching date.
Poult enteritis complex, or PEC, is hardly a household word.
Once you get them past the delicate poult stage (up to eight weeks of age), turkeys are very hardy and easy to care for.
Effect of supplemental methionine and potassium sulfate on the choline requirement of the turkey poult.