Egg Quality

Forum: Factors Affecting Egg Quality

Published on: 07/23/2008
Author/s : R. Scott Beyer, Poultry Specialist - EP-127 publication, Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service
Many factors affect egg quality. Sometimes the cause is not a single factor but a combination of factors. A few of these problems can be prevented or reduced by good hen management. Producers should remember that genetics, feed quality and environment play a role in egg quality. The most reliable factor is age. A young pullet produces smaller eggs with strong egg shells and albumen that stands hig...
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Munawar Ali Munawar Ali
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
July 23, 2008

Very useful and informative article. about the  Factors Affecting Egg Quality.

Dr. Munawar Ali

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Youssef Attia Youssef Attia
Animal Nutritionist
July 25, 2008

Excellent paper about egg quality. We need such short cut brief papers that are helpful regarding to parent stocks and layers industry.

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August 4, 2008
Avian Influenza is also affecting egg quality. There is not a single word about this disease which is the challenge of the day.
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August 8, 2008
The information that I read was really excellent since I am so specific in the broiler breeder management. Thanks a lot.
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Dr.Iftikhar Ahmad Mashhadi Dr.Iftikhar Ahmad Mashhadi
Animal Nutritionist
August 9, 2010

Factors Affecting Egg Quality by R. Scott Beyer,is an article really appreciated and I agree with Dr.Habib comments

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Dr Kamran Dr Kamran
Agricultural Engineer
August 18, 2010

VERY INFORMATIVE ARTICLE ABOUT EGG QUALITY.

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January 18, 2011

very educative article about egg quality.

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Dr. Manoranjan Sharma Dr. Manoranjan Sharma
BVSc And AH
February 18, 2011

Very Very informative and needs to circulate the article among the layer farmers to avoid economical losses due to usages of drugs that is detrimental to the egg quality.

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DR K SENTHIL KUMAR DR K SENTHIL KUMAR
Veterinary Doctor
June 29, 2014
What percentage of inorganic trace minerals can be replaced by organic trace minerals and what % is best for better selection percentage of hatching eggs.

Also whether the breeder ration to be supplemented always with both organic and inorganic or 100 % organic trace minerals only.

Same can be followed in Broiler ration.
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