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Effect of triphenylethylene bromide on production indices in laying hens



Effect of triphenylethylene bromide on production indices in laying hens



Revista de Nutricion Animal 12(3): 139-142



Laying hens 20 months old were given for 6 months diets without or with 0.008% triphenylethylene bromide, which has been reported to improve egg production and feed conversion.

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