ISSN 0007-1668, Online ISSN: 1466-1799
Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd
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Influence of stocking density, artificial dusk and group size on the perching behaviour of broilers
Martrenchar, A.; Huonnic, D.; Cotte, J. P.; Boilletot, E.; Morisse, J. P.
Ultraviolet radiation and laying pullets
Lewis, P. D.; Perry, G. C.; Morris, T. R.
Mixture experiments: a severe test of the ability of a broiler chicken to make the right choice
Gous, R. M.; Swatson, H. K.
Skeletal development in the meat-type chicken
Williams, B.; Solomon, S.; Waddington, D.; Thorp, B.; Farquharson, C.
Long-term egg production and heterosis in quail lines after within-line or reciprocal recurrent selection for high early egg production
Minvielle, F.; Monvoisin, J.-L.; Costa, J.; Maeda, Y.
Microbial cross-contamination during air chilling of poultry
Mead, G. C.; Allen, V. M.; Burton, C. H.; Corry, J. E. L.
Effect of dietary iron and copper on performance and oxidative stability in broiler leg meat
Ruiz, J. A.; Perez-Vendrell, A. M.; Esteve-Garcia, E.
The effect of changing the excreta moisture of caged laying hens on the excreta and microbial contamination of their egg shells
Smith, A.; Rose, S. P.; Wells, R. G.; Pirgozliev, V.
Food safety implication: certain antibiotics may rapidly contaminate egg albumen during the process of its formation
Donoghue, D. J.; Hairston, H.
Methods to improve the hatchability of checked chicken eggs
Narahari, D.; Rajini, R. Asha; Srinivasan, G.; Ramamurthy, N.
Nutritional evaluation of sunflower seed and products derived from them. Effect of oil extraction
Juan, L. D. San; Villamide, M. J.
Response of broiler chickens to microbial phytase supplementation as influenced by dietary phytic acid and non-phytate phosphorous levels. II. Effects on apparent metabolisable energy, nutrient digestibility and nutrient retention
Ravindran, V.; Cabahug, S.; Ravindran, G.; Selle, P. H.; Bryden, W. L.
The true metabolisable energy content of canola oilcake meal and full-fat canola seed for ostriches (Struthio camelus)
Brand, T. S.; Brabander, L. De; Schalkwyk, S. J. Van; Pfister, B.; Hays, P.
Protein and body weight accretion of chicks on diets with widely varying contents of soyabean meal supplemented or unsupplemented with its limiting amino acids
Emmert, J. L.; Edwards, H. M.; Baker, D. H.
The effects of dietary protein independent of essential amino acids on growth and body composition in genetically lean and fat chickens
Alleman, F.; Michel, J.; Chagneau, A. M.; Leclercq, B.
Influence of the method of calcium provision on Marek’s disease losses in compound and choice fed layers
Taylor, R. D.; Jones, G. P. D.; Murison, R. D.
Different responses of protein synthesis to refeeding in various muscles of fasted chicks
Yaman, M. Aman; Kita, K.; Okumura, J.
Ovarian follicular dynamics in selected and control (relaxed selection) male- and female-lines of broiler breeders fed ad libitum or on restricted allocations of food
Hocking, P. M.; Robertson, G. W.
Effect of selenium and vitamin E content of the maternal diet on the antioxidant system of the yolk and the developing chick
Surai, P. F.
Carbonic anhydrase in the utero-vaginal junction of immature and mature ostriches
Holm, L.; Ruziwa, S. D.; Dantzer, V.; Ridderstrale, Y.