noun, plural poul·try·men.
a person who raises domestic fowls, especially chickens, to sell as meat; a chicken farmer.
a poultry dealer, especially one who sells chickens at retail for cooking.
Origin of poultryman
First recorded in 1565–75; poultry
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019
Examples from the Web for poultryman
Historical Examples of poultryman
She grew up and married a poultryman in Quay Street, Bristol.
Unfortunately, this scheme is not open to the poultryman who has breeding stock for sale.
In the remainder of the volume we will consider the poultryman as an egg farmer.
The poultryman has been a disciple of the poultry papers and poultry fanciers of the day.
The study of these diseases is good for the poultryman, it gives his mind exercise.
British Dictionary definitions for poultryman
noun plural -trymen or -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
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