Fe, Cu, Mn and Zn in eggs of White Leghorn hens kept in outside runs, in laying cages and in intensive houses.

Krieg, R.

Arch. Gefliigelk 27: 93-110

1963


Accession: 014047457

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Abstract
Groups of 10 White Leghorn hens on identical layer's mash were studied over 14 months. From birds in batteries Fe in eggs was higher, 9165, than from those on free range, 7625, or deep litter, 8070 micro g per 100 g.