|Term||Explanation||Synonym / Example|
|Carrier||An apparently healthy individual that transmits disease to other individuals without showing symptoms of disease.|
|Chick Growing Agreement||A contract agreement reached between the integrator and the chick rearer for rearing chicks provided by the integrator at the rearer’s premises under agreed norms and conditions.|
|Chrome Tanning||Chrome tanning is the more modern process of tanning, using powdered chrome as the tanning substance. There are two major stages to the chrome tanning process: production of semi-finished leather through wet blue tanning and crust formation, and leather finishing. Both these stages can be done in the same tannery or can be divided between different tanneries. A combination of manual and mechanized operations is possible.|
|Clutch||Complete set of eggs produced or incubated at one time.|
|Cock||A male chicken over one year of age||
|Cockerel||A male chicken under one year of age.|
|CODEX||The Codex Alimentarius Commission, established by FAO and WHO in 1963, develops harmonised international food standards, guidelines and codes of practice to protect the health of consumers and ensure fair trade practices in food trade. The Commission also promotes coordination of all food standards work undertaken by international government and non-government organizations. http://www.codexalimentarius.org/|
|Comb||The fleshy, red outgrowth on top of a fowl's head; there are eight types of combs and these are used to characterize poultry breeds.|
|Common Interest Groups||
Common interest groups comprise individuals with similar livelihood aspirations, resource base and social background, who organize themselves to initiate a livelihood activity. On account of the selection of a similar livelihood activity, activity based clusters are developed.
These groups are provided with requisite technical support including basic infrastructure, working capital, linkages with market and banks for successful implementation of selected activities.
|Common property resource||Resource used in common by a group or collective.|