egg-producing


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Adj.1.egg-producing - capable of producing eggs and bearing offspring
female - being the sex (of plant or animal) that produces fertilizable gametes (ova) from which offspring develop; "a female heir"; "female holly trees bear the berries"
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A particularly vicious aspect of 'gamebird' production is the use of small metal cages, in which the egg-producing birds are confined.
Iowa, America's largest egg-producing state, and Minnesota, the second-largest turkey producer, are the worst affected.
Health authorities worked hard to prevent the flu from spreading to neighboring Aguascalientes and Jalisco, the latter Mexico's largest poultry and egg-producing state.
Melbourne, September 22 ( ANI ): In a groundbreaking study, researchers have identified egg-producing cells that can survive cancer treatment, potentially preventing infertility and premature menopause for cancer survivors.
Food safety officials say the outbreak, which was first detected on June 20, is confined to Los Altos, which is an egg-producing area.
The key was a study conducted in 2009 by Chinese scientists who successfully isolated egg-producing stem cells from adult mice and cultured them in a lab dish.
The volume provides plans for seven coops of varying shapes and sizes and includes three case studies of urban chicken owners and their egg-producing pets.
This letter authorizes Hillandale Farms to ship eggs to the table market from three of its egg-producing houses.
Some of the biggest egg-producing associations in Europe are starting to see there is no future in cages, while heavyweights like Unilever are placing free-range eggs at the heart of their market,
There is demand in milk and egg powder in the region so that if its supply exceeds Macedonian demand, it can be easily exported," representatives of the egg-producing firm Veze Sari say.
Salmonella was found on 27 egg-producing farms and 9 pig farms.
In 10 egg-producing birds, transcutaneous ultrasound scanning was performed at 3-hour intervals and blood sampling at hourly intervals during a period of at least 48 hours (one egg laying cycle).