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Occurrence and control of fatty liver haemorrhagic syndrome (FLHS) in caged hens

Occurrence and control of fatty liver haemorrhagic syndrome (FLHS) in caged hens

Since the 1950s there has been extensive research into the causes and prevention of fatty liver haemorrhagic syndrome (FLHS).

FLHS

Since the 1950s there has been extensive research into the causes and prevention of fatty liver haemorrhagic syndrome (FLHS). This report confirms the presence of FLHS in caged laying flocks in Queensland, and suggests that age and housing conditions influence the incidence of FLHS in hens thereby causing producers significant economic loss.

 

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