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Studies on the performance of commercial broiler stocks under 3 X 3 diallel crossing. 1. Fertility, hatchability, feed conversion efficiency and economics



Studies on the performance of commercial broiler stocks under 3 X 3 diallel crossing. 1. Fertility, hatchability, feed conversion efficiency and economics



Haryana Agricultural University Journal of Research 9(4): 392-399



Of 350 fowls obtained from 3 commercial hatcheries, males and females weighing more than or equal to 2.0 and more than or equal to 1.5 kg resp. at 12 wk of age were crossed in all possible combinations to produce 9 genetic groups. Egg fertility ranged among groups from 80 to 90%, hatchability of eggs set from 57 to 81%, and the hatchability of fertile eggs from 64 to 96%. There were significant differences among groups for the food conversion efficiency index (2.71-3.31).

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