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Selection and management of turkey breeding stock are subjected to studies

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V. S. Asmundson, Experiment Station

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California Agriculture 1(3):4-4.

Published February 01, 1947

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One of the simplest ways of increasing egg production of turkey breeder hens has been the use of artificial lights. This is effective provided the day is long enough—about 14 hours—and the light bright enough, about two foot-candles at the place where the birds are exposed to the light.

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Selection and management of turkey breeding stock are subjected to studies

V. S. Asmundson
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Selection and management of turkey breeding stock are subjected to studies

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Authors

V. S. Asmundson, Experiment Station

Publication Information

California Agriculture 1(3):4-4.

Published February 01, 1947

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

One of the simplest ways of increasing egg production of turkey breeder hens has been the use of artificial lights. This is effective provided the day is long enough—about 14 hours—and the light bright enough, about two foot-candles at the place where the birds are exposed to the light.

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