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pullet

a young hen of the domestic fowl, less than one year old
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26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Poultry enthusiasts will have a chance to win everything needed to stage their own coup -- from an actual brand new coop to a dozen pullet chicks -- during the Nutrena Farm Team Challenge Sweepstakes.
A body was found around 9pm on Friday near the site of an old car wash by the Cock & Pullet pub, in Woodchurch Road, Birkenhead, by a member of the public.
Brett said, explaining that in the bird world, a pullet is a female less than a year old that grows up to be a hen.
Bivariate correlations displaying the relationship among egg production traits and body weight, egg weight and age at sexual maturity of the pullet are presented in Table 3.
System provides screw-speed control for extruders and additive feeders, as well as pullet speed for total yield control.
And this gave him the bespectacled authority to be quizmaster at the Cock and Pullet pub, Woodchurch Road, Birkenhead, on Thursday nights.
White Company, a leading global manufacturer of agricultural heating solutions, is partnering with environment control companies to deliver automatic variable rate heat for hog buildings and poultry pullet houses.
Pullets were ad libitum fed with pullet grower crumbles (Ridley Agriproducts, Victoria), and water was available from nipple drinkers.
The Shady Dale facility includes a processing plant, feed mill, three pullet houses, and 12 layer houses.
SINGING STARS: Open Mic performers at the Cock and Pullet deliver a range of songs GLOOM drooped from the shoulders of my wise friend, the whisky-fancier, perched as usual on his stool at the bar of a pub near the river.
In the poultry marquee a white Wyandotte pullet from Morgan Chapman, Llangefni, led the way, just it had at Anglesey.
OCW has been working on a project to encourage fully organic pullet rearing as part of its new Better Organic Business Links project (BOBL).