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Managing pullets for extended layer life, improved productivity and shell quality

  • Organisation The University of Sydney

Managing pullets for extended layer life, improved productivity and shell quality

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The aim of this project is to understand how different lighting regimes and diets during rearing, either used singularly or together, can improve flock uniformity, egg production and persistency of production, egg size and egg quality, from 16 to 90+ weeks.

 

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