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The utilization of scavenging feed resources base for village chicken production


, : The utilization of scavenging feed resources base for village chicken production. Sustainable animal production and the environment Proceedings of the 7th AAAP Animal Science Congress, Bali, Indonesia, 11-16 July, 1994 Volume 2: contributed papers: 67-68

The amount of food available for scavenging was estimated in three areas of Sri Lanka by surveying household refuse and estimating the amount of refuse in the crop of fowls.

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