Turkey Farm

Turkey Farm

A slang term for a department staffed by unfireable employees. Examples of people who work in a turkey farm include the owner's relatives and people married to litigious lawyers.
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THE owners of a turkey farm have confirmed none of their animals was harmed after a fire.
Two turkeys from Jaindl's Turkey Farm of Orefield, Pennsylvania will also be presented to the first family, those will be donated to Washington D.
The first HP AI A(H5N8) virus detected in a turkey farm in the Veneto region displayed the gene composition of a virus isolated in October 2016 from a painted stork in an Indian zoo (5), which had not previously been reported in Europe (Figure 2).
During its busiest season, from August through December, this Iowa turkey farm might have up to 60,000 turkeys living on 5 acres.
INDIANAPOLIS, Rabi'II 06, 1437, January 16, 2016, SPA -- A bird flu virus that's a different strain than the one that ravaged turkey and chicken farms in the Midwest last summer has been found at a southern Indiana turkey farm, federal officials said Friday, cautioning that a quick response could stem any larger outbreak, according to AP.
Myers, a veterinary services administrator with the USDA, after a strain of the bird flu virus was found at a southern Indiana turkey farm in mid-January.
He's starred in movie flops like An Innocent Man - so you'd be thinking more of a turkey farm.
Twenty-nine farms in Ontario are now under quarantine, following confirmation of the presence of H5N1 virus in one turkey farm there.
A bird flu strain that's deadly to poultry has spread to a second turkey farm in one of the top turkey-producing counties of Minnesota, state and federal officials said Thursday.
He has teamed up with the award-winning KellyBronze turkey farm to breed the birds - and each one will sell for between [euro]90 and [euro]160.
Britain said on Tuesday that tests had confirmed an outbreak of bird flu on a duck farm in northern England was the H5N8 strain, the same as the form of the virus which has hit a Dutch chicken farm and a German turkey farm.
The firm's roots date back to the 1956, when brothers, Louis and Cyril Keller, invented a three-wheeled, self-propelled loader to facilitate the removal of manure at a local turkey farm.