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Synonyms for egg

get or have or be left with or end up with egg on your face

Synonyms

  • be humiliated
  • be embarrassed
  • be crushed
  • be put down
  • be shamed
  • look foolish
  • be taken down a peg
  • be put in your place

Synonyms for egg

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The objective of this study was to evaluate the use of different LED colors in artificial lighting in layers hens on egg yield and quality during the second production cycle.
Therefore, the present study was carried out in laying hens to test whether dietary supplemented olive leaf powder affected on laying hens performance, egg yield, egg cholesterol level and the internal and external quality.
Egg yield was recorded daily, and all eggs were collected every 15 days from each plot to determine egg weight and mass.
Commercial, Initial LW = Live weight at the beginning of the experiment (g), Finish LW = Live weight at the end of the experiment (g), FI = Daily feed intake (g), FCR = Feed conversion ratio, EYR = Egg yield ratio (%) 1Doses are in mg/kg 2 Means presented by different letters are significantly different at 5%
The reproductive health of poultry directly affects egg yield and the ability to seed broiler houses with quality stock.
And that injury, which has also affected its egg yield, means it will never fly competitively again.
The ones we've got are all right but, as they're pure breeds rather than commercial strains, the egg yield is noticeably poorer.
A FARMER told today of his secret weapon to improve the egg yield of his hens - sheep.
DeVane, although he said he is not entirely convinced that MS-IVF is a cost-effective approach for everybody because of the low egg yield and other factors.