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A study of growth and carcass yield of Betong chickens compared with native and crossbred Betong x native chickens


, : A study of growth and carcass yield of Betong chickens compared with native and crossbred Betong x native chickens. Kasetsart Journal, Natural Sciences 30(3): 312-321

Betong, native (male) x Betong (female), Betong (male) x native (female) and native fowls were reared in battery cages.

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