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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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During the last three days of the experiment, total excreta were collected from 15 broilers per treatment.
New trial data demonstrates that adding Proviox Breeder to breeder diets can improve broiler growth performance and increase profits by $1.
coli remains moderately high in broilers, but resistance to other antimicrobial drugs is decreasing.
The majority of broiler chickens in the UK are now produced by a small number of large companies.
restaurant chains since their 800 or so Southland restaurants are the area's most prolific chain-driven burger broilers.
Proximate analysis of cooked meat from guinea fowl in comparison to broiler are presented in Table 5.
The differentiation demand in broiler meat production methods is making its mark in the broiler market.
National surveillance of Campylobacter in broilers at slaughter in Denmark in 1998.
05) in the weight lost by broilers between the feedstuffs.
Using different levels of poultry fat had significant effects on daily weight gain of broilers (P>0.
In addition, the report said that reduced outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in 2010 are another factor helping the Chinese broiler industry maintain steady production growth.
Feeds containing up to 10 percent glycerin for laying hens and broilers had no adverse effect on egg production or body weight gain.