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The hen's egg: variation in tensile strength of shell material and its relationship with shearing strength

The hen's egg: variation in tensile strength of shell material and its relationship with shearing strength

Br. Poult. Sci 12: 57-76

It is concluded that poultry breeders should select for shell strength rather than thickness, measuring strength as shearing strength.

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DOI: 10.1080/00071667108415854

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