domestic fowl

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United Poultry Concerns is a nonprofit organization that promotes the compassionate and respectful treatment of domestic fowl.
P-wave morphology and atrial activation in the domestic fowl.
Up to six of any combination of chickens and domestic fowl older than six months, and up to six of any combination of chickens and domestic fowl younger than six months.
In West Africa historical linguistics indicate multiple introductions of the chicken, as understood from documentation of local terms for domestic fowl.
Out&About GRAHAM YOUNG VISITS THE DOMESTIC FOWL TRUST OR children growing up in a city where you might never see a single cow, nothing tops learning about where our food really comes from.
Like most of Egypt's victims of the disease, Said was in regular contact with domestic fowl.
Nicknamed "chicken hawks" by farmers for attacking domestic fowl.
Runt eggs, those having volumes <75% of the average (Koenig 1980), are perhaps the most common egg abnormality documented in domestic fowl (Pearl and Curtis 1916, Romanoff and Romanoff 1949).
The ministry ordered domestic fowl protected from wild birds and banned pigeon racing competitions and some other activities involving birds.
Some strains of avian-flu viruses carried by these wild birds can infect domestic fowl and in turn can infect humans, causing fever, cough, sore throat, eye infections, and muscle pain.
The spread of the disease back to wild birds from domestic fowl was considered relatively rare.
It is a truly unique animal - I have read that their brains are 18% bigger than those of other sheep, they can't be kept in captivity beside domestic fowl (they kill them and eat their beaks) and, of course, it is a fact that they survive on the juicy seaweed washed up on the shores of their North Ronaldsay island home off Orkney.
WILD turkeys, chicken and geese act as carriers and can spread it to domestic fowl.
JEZ ASHWOOD, from the League Against Cruel Sports, claims grouse are reared in pens like domestic fowl.