the Hatchery


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the Hatchery

mass produces everything, including human beings. [Br. Lit.: Brave New World]
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Recently, more and more trials demonstrated that concentrating the vaccination in the hatchery could significantly improve the profitability to the farmers.
Of those, twenty-four are operated by private, nonprofit corporations, funded primarily from the harvest of a portion of the hatchery returns.
Whether we order them online or lie in bed night after night looking at the latest color catalog from the hatchery, it is very exciting to finally get to go to the post office and pick up that new box of baby chicks.
So the partners contacted the hatchery in 2013 to see if it would be possible to transform a small scale laboratorybased propagation into a larger production-scale operation.
The hatchery serves a critical role in New York's fisheries management program.
According to the University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute (UPMSI) based in Bolinao, the hatchery will require 34,609 square meters (sqm) of land.
Army Corps of Engineers, which owns the hatchery, but the two sides settled those claims earlier.
A senior official of the company said the hatchery is comprised of a new broiler hatchery, further breeder houses, a new grand parent farm and staff accommodation and allied buildings.
Since his death, the hatchery in Maine has now been named the Peter Gray Hatchery.
They cover reproduction and larval rearing, closing the life-cycle and overcoming challenges in the hatchery production of selected fish and invertebrate species, and conservation and education.
In 2009, the hatchery stocked about 70,000 trout into Onondaga County's lakes, ponds, and more than 100 streams providing some of the best fishing areas in the State.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The impact of hatcheries on salmonids is so profound that in just one generation traits are selected that allow fish to survive and prosper in the hatchery environment, at the cost of their ability to thrive and reproduce in a wild environment.