Broiler Performance From Cull Eggs

Published on: 03/13/2008
Author/s : Gary D. Butcher, DVM, Ph.D and Amir H. Nilipour, Ph.D - Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida

In a commercial broiler integration, the objective is to provide the best quality hatching eggs that produce the greatest number of quality chicks per hen housed. A properly managed hen can produce more than 180 eggs, which potentially can result in approximately 600 pounds of broiler meat. However, there exists great variation in the amount of meat produced per hen among integrations. Much of thi...

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March 13, 2008
Most helpful for the producers to optimise their production.
Thanks to the writer for this valuable research work.

Lutfar Rahman
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Abideen Busari Abideen Busari
Poultry farmer
March 13, 2008
This is a very viable article. I use this opportunity to thank the writer for a job well done. As a feedmill manufacturer, and at the same time a farmer, this will (in no small way) improve my performance in Nigeria [West Africa].
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March 13, 2008
Un vrai travail de prof je remercie les auteurs:: un vrai chef-doeuvre.
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DR SUSHANTTH  RAI, BELLIPADY DR SUSHANTTH RAI, BELLIPADY
Doctor of veterinary medicine
March 16, 2008
Excellent work.

Dr Sushanth Rai
India
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