Definition of Brooders

1. Noun. (plural of brooder) ¹



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Definition of Brooders

1. brooder [n] - See also: brooder

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brooders

brooch
brooched
brooches
brooching
broochlike
brood
brood bitch
brood capsules
brood cell
brood hen
brood parasite
brood parasites
brooded
brooder
brooder pneumonia
brooders (current term)
broodier
broodies
broodiest
broodily
broodiness
broodinesses
brooding
broodingly
broodings
broodless
broodmare
broodmares
broods

Literary usage of Brooders

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1. Farm Poultry: A Popular Sketch of Domestic Fowls for the Farmer and Amateur by George Catchpole Watson (1919)
"From the great variety of brooders on the market the farmer or ... brooders vary greatly in size, as some of the smaller ones accommodate no more than fifty ..."

2. Classification of Property, Application of Principles by American commerce association (1915)
"brooders: SU or with legs detached or folded against body, ... brooders: KD flat or folded flat, in boxes or crates, and incubators, KD flat, ..."

3. The Back Yard Farmer by John Willard Bolte (1914)
"Care of Chicks in brooders A BROODER is any device for housing baby chicks and ... The use of artificial brooders is absolutely necessary where the eggs are ..."

4. Farmer's Cyclopedia of Live Stock by Earley Vernon Wilcox, Clarence Beaman Smith (1908)
"Care of chicks and brooders—During the winter and early spring months in the northern states, the brooders should be set up in some building. ..."

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