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Effect of forced molting on the productivity of Itik and Tsaiya ducks



Effect of forced molting on the productivity of Itik and Tsaiya ducks



Philippine Journal of Veterinary and Animal Science 15(1 & 2): 87-97



Itik and Tsaiya ducks were left intact or force-moulted by feeding them on a diet containing zinc oxide 15 g/kg for 5 days or 30 g/kg for 3 days. After moulting all ducks were given the same commercial diet. Forced moulting increased egg production.

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