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Effect of exogenous cyclic nucleotide on production performance and egg quality of Hyline Brown commercial egg-laying poultry



Effect of exogenous cyclic nucleotide on production performance and egg quality of Hyline Brown commercial egg-laying poultry



Chinese Journal of Animal Science 37(4): 34-35



288 34-week old healthy Hyline Brown commercial egg-laying fowls were randomly divided into 4 groups of 72 hens each, with 3 replications in each group. Hens in each group were reared under the same conditions. Groups 1, 2 and 3 were treatment groups and were given subcutaneous injections of cyclic nucleotides for 6 days. Group 4 was used as the control group and received only an equivalent physiological saline solution.

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