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High Temperature During Incubation Boosts Hatchability, Growth

High Temperature During Incubation Boosts Hatchability, Growth | Research from the NC Agricultural Research Service | Scoop.it
GLOBAL - Researchers have found that heat treatment of eggs before or during incubation improves hatchability and subsequent broiler growth.
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CALS poultry scientist, Dr. John Brake, is part of a research team which has found that heat treating eggs before & during incubation improves not only egg hatchability but also subsequent broiler chicken growth. the paper appears in Poultry Science. Read more | www.thepoultrysit... | Read paper | ps.fass.org/...

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HIGH TEMPERATURE DURING INCUBATION BOOSTS HATCHABILITY, GROWTH | CALS poultry scientist, Dr. John Brake, is part of a research team which has found that heat treating eggs before & during incubation improves not only egg hatchability but also subsequent broiler chicken growth. the paper appears in Poultry Science. Read more | www.thepoultrysit... | Read paper | ps.fass.org/...

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Turf War :: North Carolina State University Bulletin

Turf War :: North Carolina State University Bulletin | Research from the NC Agricultural Research Service | Scoop.it

CALS researhcers Casey Reynolds, Grady Miller & Tom Rufty find that turfgrass components can affect grass photosynthesis and health. Research may lead to paints which are safer for the plants.

 Read the new paper in Crop Science:
http://dx.doi.org/10.2135/cropsci2012.01.0059

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