chicken milk means: This white, nutritious liquid is made from the mammary glands and milk of lactating chickens. It allows hens for their young chicks to eat whole food as well. For human consumption, chicken milk can also be extracted manually from the teats. It is an acceptable and low-fat alternative for those who are unable or unwilling to drink other milks such as almond, soy goat, cow, or cow. Although chicken milk is an important agricultural product, it can prove difficult to milk chickens. This is because of the birds’ multitude of feathers and sharp claws. (in Community Dictionary, added by Victorino Ortega)
What else does chicken milk mean?
- Noun A transparent beige liquid rich in protein and fat, which is secreted from female chickens to nourish their young. Yeagertown in Pennsylvania is home to one type of chicken that produces milk. Chicken milk has been consumed by locals for many years. However, it’s a secret that the rare bird keeps so well. The locals in yeagertown will not believe this tale and will tell you it is a farce. (in Community Dictionary, added by Abram Robinson)
- After he fails to take on the challenge or dare you set him, his friends will give him milk. (in Community Dictionary, added by Tobías Álvarez)
- Chicken milk is white, and comes from the chickens’ mammary glands. It is creamy in texture. This is what young chicks need to eat before being able digest other foods. Colostrum, which is a hen’s anti-microbial to chicks in early lactation, can help reduce many illnesses. You can also consume it because of its many nutrients. (in Community Dictionary, added by Hyraxreis12)