aviculture


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aviculture

[′ā·və‚kəl·chər]
(vertebrate zoology)
Care and breeding of birds, especially wild birds, in captivity.
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LAHORE -- The University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) Lahore in collaboration with the Livestock and Dairy Development Department Punjab and Aviculture Society of Pakistan organised a fancy bird and poultry show, here at the Race Course Park.
The logistics of live load in Brazil, specifically in the aviculture sector, faces various problems related to the lack of information and not enough truck standardization for transporting birds in a comfortable temperature.
The chicks are currently being raised by their parents in the attraction, with their weight and development routinely monitored by the SeaWorld Orlando Aviculture Team.
Slowly but surely, and not without some heartbreaking setbacks, Raffin takes her place in the rarefied world of aviculture.
The use of this adsorbent in aviculture and foodstuff industries prevents the excess use of sulfamide, and as a result, it increases the health of consumers.
Wellington provided valuable aviculture and veterinary advice.
Actuellement, 17 contrats programme, qui constituent la colonne vertebrale du plan sont en cours d'execution, sont signes avec autant de filieres (sucre, agrumes, cereales, maraEchage, palmier dattier, lait, viandes rouges, aviculture, semences, oleiculture, arboriculture fruitiere, cultures biologiques, apiculture, elevage camelin, arganier, rosier, safran).
I worked in aviculture in Tenerife and Gran Canaria before arriving in Bahrain almost 20 years ago to work for Mr Kanoo," said Mr Gammond.
The care of bees, the best fruits to grow on the farm, melon-culture, manuring, the breeding of horses, co-operation, dairying in all its branches, aviculture, apiculture, horticulture, and, in general, all that has to do with agriculture.
Organic acids have been used in animal production, especially in pig farming and aviculture, due to their antimicrobial activity and beneficial effects on the performance of the animals (METZLER; MOSENTHIN, 2009).
Their voice is a loud honking noise and they are very popular birds at the centre Centre manager Andy Wooldridge said: "I have been here since we opened Martin Mere and we have never had success in breeding Magpie geese so this is a fantastic achievement for our aviculture team.
Pressured by the new challenges, the aviculture aims to fit itself to the new world of intense competition and environmental protection laws.