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Abstract

The effects of different lighting regimes on the oviposition schedule, productive performance, and reproductive efficiency in cage housed laying hens of layer parental flock (Hisex White-R) were studied; the reasonable regime of artificial insemination (AI) under intermittent lighting is proposed....

Author(s)
Kavtarashvili, A. Sh.; Kolokolnikova, T. N.
Publisher
"Avian" (Redaktsija zhurnala "Ptitsevodstvo"), Moscow, Russia
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 2019, No.7/8, pp 51-55
Abstract

For 50 guineafowls reared in cages at a density of 32/m2 to 120 wk of age and 18/m2 from 10 to 20 wk, body weight averaged 27 g at hatching, 90 g at 2 wk, 450 g at 6 wk, 1000 g at 12 wk, and 1400 g at 20 wk. For ♂♂ maintained on deep litter, ejaculate volume averaged 0.056, 0.076 and 0.062 ml at...

Author(s)
Roĭter, Ya.
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 1988, No. 12, pp 1-19
Abstract

For 32 Broad Breasted White (BBW) males housed in 2-tier cages (2 birds/cage) and for 45 BBW males housed on deep litter, ejaculate volume averaged 0.26 and 0.27 ml resp., sperm concentration (X 109/ml) 7.54 and 6.44, sperm motility 86 and 86%, methylene blue reduction time 144 and 126 s, and the...

Author(s)
Besulin, V.; Reut, I.
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 1977, No. 2, pp 32-33
Abstract

In 1967, egg fertility and hatchability did not differ between inseminated birds in cages and naturally mated birds on range (5886 and 1721 eggs resp.). In 1968, egg fertility was 4.7% lower and hatchability 6.6% higher in inseminated, caged birds than in naturally mated birds on range (25, 365 and ...

Author(s)
KURBATOV, A. D.; VDOVICENKO, V. P.
Citation
Sb. nauch. Trud. vses. nauchno-issled. Inst. Razv. Genet, sel'. -khoz. Zhivot., 1970, 16, pp 41-49
Abstract

Data were obtained on 632 White Leghorn hens housed on deep litter or in groups in cages, in both cases together with males (1:10) or individually in cages, and on 368 Poltava Clay hens housed on deep litter or individually in cages. Hens in individual cages were artificially inseminated. For the 5 ...

Author(s)
Belov, L. M.
Publisher
Sots. Kharkivshchina., Kiev, USSR
Citation
Puti razvitiya promyshlennogo ptitsevodstva (Sbornik nauchnykh rabot)., 1977, pp 86-91
Abstract

The study was with 2 groups of 38 Broadbreasted White turkeys reared together to 28 weeks of age. They were then housed in an experimental 2-tiered battery at 1, 2 or 3 birds to a cage and lit for 16 h/day. Control birds were in floor pens. Two test diets based on mixed cereals had 17 and 16% crude ...

Author(s)
Karavashenko, V.; Koryavets, V.
Citation
Ptitsevodstvo, 1974, No. 12, pp 10-11