Farewell poisoning the lark


In the UK and Ireland, adult male chickens over the age of one year are primarily known as cocks, whereas in the United States, Australia and Canada, they are more commonly called roosters . Males less than a year old are cockerels . [7] Castrated roosters are called capons (surgical and chemical castration are now illegal in some parts of the world). Females over a year old are known as hens , and younger females as pullets , [8] although in the egg-laying industry, a pullet becomes a hen when she begins to lay eggs, at 16 to 20 weeks of age. In Australia and New Zealand (also sometimes in Britain), there is a generic term chook / tʃ ʊ k / to describe all ages and both sexes. [9] The young are called chicks .


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