Poultry and egg production
The OpenFields Library holds resources on poultry and egg production including:
- litter management
- poultry housing regulations
- chickens, layers, pullets
- turkeys, ducks, geese, and guinea fowl
- poultry breeds
- poultry rations
- synthetic vitamins
- organic feedstuffs
Poultry health and welfare
- Newcastle disease
- avian influenza (bird flu)
- fowl cholera
- parasitic infections
Poultry production waste and environmental management
- ammonia management
- nutrients from manure
- litter and slurry
- effluent discharges
- environmental regulation
OpenFields brings together authoritative poultry production information from universities, colleges and the industry.
A sample of Items held in the Poultry and egg production category
- The effect of supplementary bacterial phytase on dietary metabolisable energy, nutrient retention and endogenous losses in precision fed broiler chickens
- Precision Livestock Farming and the BrightAnimal Project
- 2405: FLOCKMAN: an on farm flock management system for modern broiler growers
- 2115: Meat insecurity
- Metabolizable energy in different shea nut (Vitellaria paradoxa) meal samples for broiler chickens
- A practical evaluation of some effects of human and animal welfare policies and trends on the "competitiveness" of the UK egg industry
- Feeding plant extract to chickens reared under different hygienic conditions: effects on metabolisable energy, nutrient digestibility and endogenous losses.
- Feeding plant extract to chickens reared on previously used litter: effects on growth performance, metabolisable energy and nutrient digestibility.
- The effect of microbial phytase on dietary energy, N and mineral metabolism when maize/soybean diets are fed to laying hens
- Effect of bacterial phytase on the performance and dietary phytate phosphorus digestibility when fed to young poultry
There are currently no subcategories in the Poultry and egg production section.
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