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broiler

a young (about 8 weeks old) male or female chicken weighing 3 to 3.5 lb.
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The broilers of all groups were vaccinated against various diseases protection according to schedule recommended by Pakistan Poultry Association, Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan.
In conclusion, varying growth pattern of broilers was observed by feeding corn, RB, RP and WB substituted diets.
Although Thr is the third limiting amino-acid in corn and soybean bran-based diets for broilers, the literature is contradictory with regard to this requirement, especially during the 22-42 days after birth when Thr is relevant for maintenance.
National surveillance of Campylobacter in broilers at slaughter in Denmark in 1998.
The focus of the university research is the development of technology for the integrated use of biopreparations forage and zoogiginic purposes when broiler chickens are grown.
Key words: HACCP; Implementation; Broiler farm; Productivity; Advantage.
Effects of dietary supplementation with a herbal extract on the performance of broilers infected with a mixture of Eimeria species.
While bird flu struck mostly commercial layers, the farm-gate price of broilers took a hit because consumers panicked over the government's discovery of the outbreak.
The effects of phytase on growth performance and intestinal transit time of broilers fed nutritionally adequate diets and diets deficient in calcium and phosphorus.