A rooster, also known as a cockerel or cock, is a male gallinaceous bird, usually
a male chicken (Gallus gallus). Mature male chickens less than one year old are
called cockerels. ... The older term...
Cock: A male chicken, also called a rooster. Cockerel: A young rooster, under 1
year old. Fryer: A chicken of 3 to 4 pounds, at 12 to 14 weeks old. Hen: A female ...
Baby chickens are called chicks, biddies, cockerels, pullets and broilers. Chick
and ... Cockerels and young roosters are male chickens under the age of one.
Jul 11, 2008 ... ... been (fully) mature yet.(maybe it cannot be called a cock yet?) I want to make.
... Capon:A capon is a rooster (a male chicken) whose reproductive functions
were removed at a young age. Typically the castration is performed ...
A male chicken is called a 'rooster'. Young chickens are called 'chicks' or 'poults'.
A group of chickens is called a 'flock'. Roosters can usually be differentiated ...
Cockerel: A male chicken under one year of age. Also called a young rooster.
Comb: The fleshy, red-colored growth on top of a chicken's head. CRD: Chronic ...
Feb 7, 2014 ... Also called brood. Chickens. Chick – a newly hatched or a very young chicken ...
Mule – is the offspring of a male donkey and a female horse
CAPON: Are male chickens that have been castrated at 4-8 months old, weighing
5-9 pounds that produce ... CHICK: A newly hatched or very young chicken.
Why aren't there different terms for female baby chicks and male baby chicks? ...
Young chickens of both sexes--pullets and cockerels--can be called "juveniles" ...
broilers – a chicken that is 6 to 13 weeks of age used for meat production; chick –
a ... swine - refers to animals in the pig family; barrow - a young, castrated male ...