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poultry

(pōl′trē)
n.
Domesticated fowl, such as chickens, turkeys, ducks, or geese, raised for meat or eggs.

poultry

farmed, domestic birds including fowls, turkeys, ducks, geese. For other words relating to domestic birds, see under avian.

poultry flea
see echidnophagagallinacea.
poultry hemorrhagic syndrome
see hemorrhagic syndrome.
poultry mite
poultry waste
spilled feed, dried litter and fecal residues from chicken houses can be used to provide a high-protein supplement feed for livestock. There are hazards, especially botulism and poisoning by feed additives such as copper and phosphorus. The material may also contain an unidentified hepatoxin. Called also dried poultry waste.
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Poultry waste hydrochar generates heat at high temperatures and combusts in a similar manner to coal, an important factor in replacing it as a renewable energy source.
The details are as follows: Digester 1 100% Cattle dung (CD), Digester 2-90% CD +10% Poultry Waste (PW), Digester 3-80% CD + 20% PW and Digester 4-70% CW + 30% PW.
When used properly on cropland, poultry waste can be an effective fertilizer because it contains nitrogen and phosphorus, the report said.
123) In Tyson Foods, Oklahoma argues that the poultry integrators either arranged for the litter or are owners or operators when the poultry waste is applied to fields.
The findings also suggest that the improvement of the soil properties and thus the increased performance of the grass were of the following descending order: poultry waste plus red mangrove wood ash, red mangrove ash, poultry manure and control (no amendment).
This represents 31 percent (Union), 42 percent (Wayne) and seven percent (Wilkes) of the total land area of the respective counties to which poultry waste could be applied.
In 1980 the FDA reversed a 1967 prohibition on feeding poultry waste to cattle, leaving the regulation of feeding animal wastes to the individual states (45 FR 86272-86276).
FARMERS in the Holme Valley have hit back over concerns over poultry waste.
In 1992, Congress created a tax credit for the production of electricity from wind, organic material of plants grown exclusively for use in producing electricity and poultry waste.
That's when we began our work with activated carbons made from poultry litter, hoping to at least reduce poultry waste mass and perhaps find a valuable use for it," Marshall explains.
Another poultry waste VCU at the Matamata-Piako District Council's waste transfer station is owned and operated by Bigham Holdings to process poultry waste for Inghams Enterprises.
Landia has launched an innovative new silage tank with an integral chopper pump, for the fast and efficient maceration and processing of fish or poultry waste.