from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A pen or inclosure, or a yard with the necessary house for shelter, in which animals or poultry are confined for the purpose of producing purebred stock.
  • noun At exhibitions of poultry, a certain number of females, commonly four, but sometimes five, shown, together with a male, in competition for a prize.


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