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Effect of acidified water on the incidence of dirty eggs in laying hens

Effect of acidified water on the incidence of dirty eggs in laying hens

British Poultry Science 44(1, Suppl): S13-S14

ISSN/ISBN: 0007-1668

The objective of the study is to examine whether the use of acidified drinking water affects the proportion of dirty eggs produced by caged laying hens in a flock of 4763 caged laying hens.

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