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Research Note: The Effect of Different Feed Restriction Treatments During Rearing on the Luteinizing Hormone Concentrations, Body Weight, and Fertility of Broiler-Breeder Cockerels



Research Note: The Effect of Different Feed Restriction Treatments During Rearing on the Luteinizing Hormone Concentrations, Body Weight, and Fertility of Broiler-Breeder Cockerels



Poultry Science 69(5): 860-863




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DOI: 10.3382/ps.0690860


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