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pullet

a young hen of the domestic fowl, less than one year old
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Pullet, however, her identity as a Dodson is subsumed by her
One farmer who didn't ask for anonymity said the pullet pay Vital Farms was offering amounted to "severance pay.
In 2013, two experienced breeders of Icies supplied me with four pullets and three cockerels, representing together all four of the lineages that had been imported into the United States to date.
During the period under review (2006-2008), a total of eighteen (18) states (Adamawa, Bauchi, Bornu, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Sokoto, Plateau, Nasarawa, Kwara, Lagos, Ogun, Oyo, Rivers, Edo, Anambra, and Enugu) and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, had confirmed HPAI H5N1 outbreaks in commercial layer, pullet, cockerel, and broiler (Table 1).
During his first trial, the officer was found guilty of fatally injuring Hani Abdul Aziz Juma, 32, with a pullet gun on March 19, 2011 during the riots that occurred in Bahrain.
5 million laying hens with related pullet capacity, all located near Boling, Texas.
I don't forgive his captures for one thing only , that they didn't have put pullet into his shithead right after they captured him.
So to the starters: asparagus mousse came with a confit pullet egg yolk and a summer truffle dressing while the tomato gazpacho "La Becasse style" looked ravishing, el soupo shot through with a pure distillation of the fruit.
In the late '90's the poultry industry was affected by what was called the 'J' virus, a leucosis virus that had mutated and caused breeder pullet mortality to rise rapidly but did not have any human health implications.
In Fairbanks, the theme for the Tanana Valley State Fair is "Faster than a Speeding Pullet.