Poultry houses in which the lighting is controlled by producer
One of the most popular cuts of chicken composed of white meat
Bone in cut that includes a portion of the back, the breast and the wing
Produces fertile eggs that will be hatched in hatchery
Chicken raised for meat
Pouch connected to the junction of the small and big intestines
Process used to examine the interior quality of eggs
Castrated male chicken
Baby chicken
Domestic fowl kept for its meat or eggs
The single posterior opening for a birds digestive, urinary and reproductive tracts
Male chicken under one year old
Expanded muscular pouch near the gullet or throat
Male duck
Lower portion of the leg quarter
Female duck
Baby duck of either sex
Are often used to make stock
Group of ducks
Oldest system of housing poultry
Group of geese
Bird hunted for sport
Male goose
A group
Edible offal of the chicken
Muscular, thick walled part of the birds stomach
Female goose
Baby goose of either sex
Material fed to birds
Facility where eggs are hatched
Adult female chicken over a year old
Refers to a different logic and methods than traditional breeding
Total confinement operations where birds stay in cages their entire life
Chicken raised for eggs
Both the drumstick and the thigh when still connected

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