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Studies of cloacal haemorrhage and beak trimming in the laying hen (II)

  • Organisation Victorian Institute of Animal Science

Studies of cloacal haemorrhage and beak trimming in the laying hen (II)

The aim of this research project was to find evidence that supported the hypothesis that 2-3% of mortality in commercial egg industries is caused by cannibalism or oviduct dysfunction.

Leading research

The aim of this research project was to find evidence that supported the hypothesis that 2-3% of mortality in commercial egg industries is caused by cannibalism or oviduct dysfunction.

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