Definition of Cochins
1. cochin [n] - See also: cochin
Lexicographical Neighbors of Cochins
Literary usage of Cochins
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Book of Poultry by Lewis Wright (1885)
"cochins they certainly were not ; but cochins people •would have them to be, cochins they became, and cochins they remain. The introduction of these fowls, ..."
2. The Practical Poultry Keeper by Lewis Wright (1904)
"To account in some measure for this, it should be remembered that no similar fowls had ever been known in Europe ; and when, therefore, cochins were first ..."
3. The Poultry Book: Comprising the Breading and Management of Profitable and by William Bernhard Tegetmeier (1867)
"cochins. GENERAL SHAPE. Comb—Single, very small, fine, low in front, erect and THE ... Carriage—Low, with a contented intelligent appearance. BUFF cochins. ..."
4. Agriculture by William Penn Brooks (1911)
"cochins — Of this type there are four breeds : Partridge, Buff, Black, and White. Very hardy, of all breeds least influenced by climatic or other changes, ..."
5. Report of the Commissioners [and Appendices A to S] by Ontario Agricultural Commission (1880), Samuel Casey Wood (1881)
"The cochins. Mr. Doel dismisses the Cochin with the remark that " its flesh is too ... The cochins too, as well at the Brahmas, take longer to come to ..."