Article published the July 19, 2013
Modern layer strains have high genetic potential for egg production, and may produce eggs for more than one laying cycle by inducing molting. Forced molting is defined as a set of management practices that cause stress, inducing birds to stop producing eggs and the partial molting of the feathers (Roland & Brake, 1982). The objective of forced molting is to allow the reproductive ...
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