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Effects on production, health and behaviour in three SCWL strains in an EMC model in comparison with other modified and conventional cages. A. Preliminary report on experiences after one batch of birds


, : Effects on production, health and behaviour in three SCWL strains in an EMC model in comparison with other modified and conventional cages. A. Preliminary report on experiences after one batch of birds. Modified cages for laying hens Proceedings of a symposium held at Nobel House, London, UK, 18th January 1993: 41-54

Five types of cage were studied to determine their effect on the behaviour, health and welfare of laying hens. They were: a model similar to the Edinburgh Modified Cage (EMC); a getaway cage; a conventional metal cage; a metal cage with a perch at the rear; and a plastic cage. From 20 to 79 weeks of age production, mortality, feed consumption, egg quality, liveweight, hygiene and behaviour were monitored and results are presented.

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