CHICKS


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Related to CHICKS: hatchery, CHICOS
AcronymDefinition
CHICKSCountry Holidays for Inner City Kids (UK charity)
CHICKSFriendly Fighter Aircraft
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br Ensure chicks are alert, active, and free of any obvious deformities, unhealed navels or sign of infection.
If chicks are hatched and raised by a broody hen, their mother will take care of the issue.
The vaccine-inoculated chicks were observed for two weeks for the presence of any clinical illness.
Now the first chicks have hatched out, to the delight of the youngsters.
At our school we have a quiet garden that we keep the chicks in.
A livestock watering tank is a good option for more chicks than will fit in a tote.
In the days following hatch, small chicks were often obscured by vegetation.
In addition, dyed chicks are sold at a higher price than chicks that haven't been dyed.
Teaching about the development of life and encouraging teamwork and responsibility are part of the program's goals, as students care for the eggs in the incubator and the chicks in the brooder.
Mixed Chicks filed the lawsuit in March 2011, asserting that the "Mixed Silk" products Sally Beauty sold in its stores infringed the distinctive trade dress of Mixed Chicks' products, as well as the Mixed Chicks trademark.
Storms can cause <83% mortality of chicks in a breeding season.
The study from the University of Leeds aimed to pinpoint the main trigger, which causes chicks to leave the nest and embark on an independent life, a process known as fledging.