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John Brake (NC State University) talked about feed quality, gut development and housing conditions to prevent Salmonella during CLANA 2016 in Cancun, Mexico.
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The Effect of Hatching Time, Feed Access Time, and Post-hatch Holding Time on Broiler Live Performance
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The NC State University Hatchery Management Workshop 2017 will take place on April 19 and 20. The event is organized by the Cooperative Extension of the Prestage Department of Poultry Science. The objective of this workshop is to provide updated technical and scientific information to understand effects of incubator management on embryo and hatchling. Topics to discuss: - Egg formation. - ...
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John Brake, Distinguished Professor at North Carolina State University, explained the different benefits of potassium and phosphorus in meat quality, feed conversion and health, during IPPE 2017 in Atlanta, USA.
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Very interesting topic. I just want to know maybe I can get the full publication. Thanks.
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This experiment is important for the Hatchery Managers to ensure that the storage temperature does not vary for a long period.
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Very interesting experiment that really mimic the real situation on practical conditions. My question is a simple one: How to explain the good hatchability on backyard chickens where the eggs remain on environmental temperature for 10 - 12 days? Besides this fact remember that, in a cycle of 10 eggs laid, except the last one, all the others suffer everyday short heating (above 100 F) at least for ...
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Embryo Stage Observation
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