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Milo for laying hens efficient: No significant differences between corn and milo in rations for laying hens were found in two on-the-farm feeding trials

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R. H. Adolph, University of California
C. R. Grau, University of California

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California Agriculture 10(12):6-6.

Published December 01, 1956

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Feeding trials——extending over two six-weeks periods—indicate that milo and corn are of equal value for laying hens, as measured by egg production, egg weight, mortality, culling, and feed efficiency. Although both grains are widely used, corn is usually more expensive than milo in California.

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Milo for laying hens efficient: No significant differences between corn and milo in rations for laying hens were found in two on-the-farm feeding trials

R. H. Adolph, C. R. Grau
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Milo for laying hens efficient: No significant differences between corn and milo in rations for laying hens were found in two on-the-farm feeding trials

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Authors

R. H. Adolph, University of California
C. R. Grau, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 10(12):6-6.

Published December 01, 1956

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Feeding trials——extending over two six-weeks periods—indicate that milo and corn are of equal value for laying hens, as measured by egg production, egg weight, mortality, culling, and feed efficiency. Although both grains are widely used, corn is usually more expensive than milo in California.

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