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poultry in Agriculture topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpoultrypoul‧try /ˈpəʊltri $ ˈpoʊl-/ ●○○ noun  1 [plural]TA birds such as chickens and ducks that are kept on farms in order to produce eggs and meat2 [uncountable]DF meat from birds such as chickens and ducks
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poultrya poultry farmerFirst, the meat and poultry component and all other ingredients must have been inspected for wholesomeness.Seated, district poultry manager; senior sales specialist; game feed manager and poultry district manager.From left, standing, business manager; sales specialist; senior sales specialist; district poultry manager.Frozen poultry may be cooked with or without thawing, but commercially frozen stuffed poultry should be cooked without thawing.Have poultry once or twice a week. 5.Tightly wrap or store in covered containers all cooked meat, poultry, and fish and shellfish and refrigerate them promptly.Sweets, eggs or poultry, would also be considered a treat, and appear only once a week.Animals might mature faster: a pressurised poultry house, for example, could hurry chickens to earlier adulthood.