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The utilization of hazelnut hulls by laying hens


Veteriner Fakultesi Dergisi, Universitesi Ankara 37(3): 485-498
The utilization of hazelnut hulls by laying hens
For 6 months, 200 Hisex-Brown laying hens, 47 weeks old, were fed on diets containing 2 to 6% hazelnut hulls. Egg production and feed efficiency were reduced by 6% hazelnut hulls, but egg yolk colour was significantly improved when hazelnut hulls were increased. There were no significant differences among groups in feed intake and other variables of egg quality.

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