[pohl-tree-muh n] /ˈpoʊl tri mən/
noun, plural poultrymen.
a person who raises domestic fowls, especially chickens, to sell as meat; a chicken farmer.
a dealer, especially one who sells chickens at retail for cooking.
noun (pl) -trymen, -terers
Also called chicken farmer. a person who rears domestic fowls, esp chickens, for their eggs or meat
a dealer in poultry, esp one who sells the dressed carcasses
- Poultry shears
noun a specialized pair of scissors for cutting through poultry flesh and bones, usu. with curved serrated blades Examples Poultry shears have classically been used for tasks like cutting a chicken in half down the breastbone, although a cleaver can also be used for this purpose. Word Origin cooking
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