brooder


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Synonyms for brooder

apparatus consisting of a box designed to maintain a constant temperature by the use of a thermostat

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The heat lamps were off by the end of four weeks and the birds were moved to breeder pens as they had become far too rambunctious for the brooders, especially during feeding when one or two inevitably flew out of the brooder.
At the moment, they're housed in two separate brooder cages, with infra-red lamps suspended overhead to keep them warm.
If you can smell ammonia in your brooder box it's past time to change the litter.
Sibley Industries is a leading manufacturer of brooders and heaters for poultry and livestock.
If you are like me, the one thing we have plenty of is eggs, so I like to boil eggs daily and cut them up small to supplement the feed while they are in the brooder.
I would also have liked exposure to non-sales functions at the start of my career because this would have given me a brooder business perspective at on earlier age.
Gary is hoping people will help with donations so he can buy a new brooder or a generous benefactor will offer him a replacement machine.
Harcourt a grant to purchase an incubator, where the eggs are held until they hatch, and a brooder, a heated enclosure where the young fowl are raised during their first weeks.
In addition, 72 square inches of floor space per chick is recommended in the brooder building.
Tenders are invited for rewiring and providing additional electrical installation in three number brooder sheds in the regional poultry farm, kudappanakkunnu, thiruvananthapuram.
Of course, if you don't meet Walter at Diaz Lake, you can always see his brooder brethren .
a brooder and space heater company, and its plans to purchase Staco, Inc.
Naturally, if you start with the minimum brooder size, you'll have to increase the brooding area sooner than if you use a larger brooder to begin with.
One of the more bizarre species to become extinct anywhere is the Australian Reheobatrachus silus, o r gastric brooder, which Tyler identified in 1973.