Tiring

Piece of bony meat used to work the beak and the neck muscles,
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Tiring

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Tire
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tiring

A piece of meat used to keep a raptor busy without giving to much in food value.
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tiring

A tough piece of meat given to a hawk to pull at, in order to prolong the meal and exercise the muscles of the back and neck.
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tiring

Synonym: cerclage. ... Origin: Eng. Tire ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Tiring

Tough piece of meat and bone that will keep a bird occupied for a long period of time. This usually also has the quality of conditioning the beak and exercising the neck and back muscles, although not necessarily. A chicken or pigeon wing removed at the shoulder, a rabbit or duck head, or a rabbit foreleg with much of the meat removed, make an exce...
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Tiring

Tough piece of meat to pull and eat tediously.
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