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The effects of body weight, dietary fat, and feed withdrawal rate on the performance of broiler breeders



The effects of body weight, dietary fat, and feed withdrawal rate on the performance of broiler breeders



Journal of Applied Poultry Research 14(4): 728-739



This research was conducted to determine how different dietary and management systems might benefit hatching egg production for flocks with pullets having different BW. The heavy BW pullets produced 3 more eggs than the light BW group before peak because the heavy BW breeder group produced the first egg and reached 50% production 4 to 5 d earlier.

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DOI: 10.1093/japr/14.4.728


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