Definition of Trapnests

1. trapnest [v] - See also: trapnest



Lexicographical Neighbors of Trapnests

trapezoids
traphole
trapholes
trapidil
traping
trapless
traplike
trapline
traplines
trapmaker
trapmakers
trapmaking
trapnest
trapnested
trapnesting
trapnests (current term)
trapoxin
trappable
trappean
trapped
trapped-particle instability
trapper
trapper's tea
trappers
trappier
trappiest
trapping
trappings
trappist
trappose

Literary usage of Trapnests

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Poultry Breeding and Management by James Dryden (1916)
"It had been noted that several of the highest record hens at the Station had roosted close to the door on a step up to the trapnests. ..."

2. The American Breeds of Poultry: Their Origin, History of Their Development by Frank L. Platt (1921)
"... it becomes necessary to employ trapnests, that the full parentage of each egg may be identified with certainty, and then band each chick. ..."

3. Poultry for Profit: A Practical Manual for Beginners, Farmers and Side-line by Jean W. Aldrich Koethen (1915)
"Feed boxes and water troughs are built along the front of each scratching shed, and the trapnests are in front of the roosting houses. ..."

4. Proceedings of the Meetings for the Years 1908, 1909, 1910 by Claude Ambrose Rogers (1912)
"Gowell, GM, Hens to One Pen; trapnests. Maine Report 1898. Graham, CK, Suggestions to Amateurs. Conn. (Storrs) Bui. No. 36. (1905). ..."

5. Legislative Document by New York (State). Legislature (1921)
"Definite plan of breeding for egg production with a minimum use of trapnests. (Reliable poultry journal.) Selecting roosters to increase production. ..."

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