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Does poultry have ears?

Poultry includes various breeds of domestic birds, and birds have ears, so the answer is yes. The external part of the ear opens on the side of the head and is a small openin (MORE)

What is live poultry?

Poultry is a category of domesticated birds kept by humans for the purpose of collecting their eggs, or killing for their meat or feathers. These most typically are members of (MORE)

What is a dress poultry?

Unless you have chickens in the backyard or buy a live chicken to be killed for your table, you will most probably never "dress" it. Dressing means to remove the feathers, hea (MORE)

What is drawn poultry?

Drawn poultry is what you buy in the grocery store in the United States. The chicken feathers are removed, as are the head, feet and guts. They are uncooked and either chilled (MORE)

What is the plural of poultry?

'Poultry' is an uncountable noun, therefore there is no plural. Same as for money, the word makes sense on its own but two 'moneys' would be nonsense.

What is poultry?

Answer to What is poultry?   poultry is another term for domesticated fowl (birds); these are birds used for eggs and food such as chickens and turkeys. chicken, turkey, (MORE)

What is poultry product?

A poultry product, in mainstream supermarkets, is either chicken, or turkey products, which can be sold whole, or in parts, breadded, pre-cooked, or even frozen.
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What is poultry breeding?

  Poultry breeding is the act of pairing birds so that they lay eggs that will hatch the next generation of bird. Breeders pair the birds for specific reasons, to raise a (MORE)

What is poultry scalding?

  Scalding is a part of processing chicken as meat. After the chicken is killed it is submerged in hot water about 150 degrees to loosen the feathers for plucking.
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What are poultry birds?

Poultry is a domesticated bird used for their eggs, meat or feathers. Types of poultry include the following: . chickens . turkeys . duck . geese . peafowl . guinea (MORE)