Definition of Pullets
1. Noun. (plural of pullet) ¹
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Definition of Pullets
1. pullet [n] - See also: pullet
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Literary usage of Pullets
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1888)
"The owner reported that, when he mated Light Sussex pullets with Brown Leghorn ... Only pullets were affected. When some of the same breeding pullets were ..."
2. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of Englandby Royal Agricultural Society of England by Royal Agricultural Society of England (1854)
"*JM HANKIN Travis, of Tetworth Hall, Bedfordshire: for his 4 months and 2 weeks old coloured Dorking Cock and two pullets; bred by himself. ..."
3. Agriculture by William Penn Brooks (1911)
"Special care for pullets— Where pullets for laying are raised it is well to ... The pullets are thus given a much better chance on the range and will come ..."
4. Sessional Papers by Canada Parliament (1905)
"In the ease of pullets, neglect in eare or feeding which has resulted in ... This applies to both heu> and pullets and is more generally practised than is ..."
5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1910)
"He states further that the pullets were all black and more like the Indian Game in shape. This is the clear statement of the observed facts of a case of ..."
6. Western Poultry Book by A. Basley (1912)
"There is one phase of disease that puzzles me, and of course it attacks the largest and finest pullets. They seem to have difficulty in getting their breath ..."
7. The English Art of Cookery, According to the Present Practice: Being a by Richard Briggs (1788)
"... of a convenient fize to hold the pullets in, cover it, ... a little whole pepper, and half a pound of lean ham or bacon; then lay in the pullets, ..."
8. First Lessons in Poultry Keeping: First Year Course by John H. Robinson (1905)
"Then the keeper is often disappointed in results, the pullets not seeming to respond as they should to the extra food and special care given them. ..."