Definition of Trapnested
1. trapnest [v] - See also: trapnest
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trapnested
Literary usage of Trapnested
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Breeds of Poultry: Their Origin, History of Their Development by Frank L. Platt (1921)
"... bands do not make suitable means of identification when the fowls have reached maturity and are placed in separate pens or trapnested. ..."
2. The Call of the Hen; Or, The Science of the Selection and Breeding of Poultry by Walter Hogan (1913)
"... bag down the least bit should be put in a yard by themselves and trapnested to discover the ones whose ovaries have broken down and will lay no more. ..."
3. Poultry for Profit: A Practical Manual for Beginners, Farmers and Side-line by Jean W. Aldrich Koethen (1915)
"... is merely to select the best layers and not to make complete records, the pullets need only be trapnested from November till March. ..."
4. Annual Report of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture by Pennsylvania Dept. of Agriculture (1916)
"They did this with all the hens that were trapnested simply for the purpose of ascertaining the facts. Every farmer can take those visible characters with ..."
5. Report of the New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University by Cornell University, New York State College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station (1921)
"... the mating of the l**t trapnested birds with high-line Cornell males; the distribution of Cornell pedigreed males; and the distribution of Cornell ..."