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From 34,700 hens, 276 eggs (per hen)


, : From 34,700 hens, 276 eggs (per hen). Zivotnovadstvo (7): 27-29

During 1972 the state farm for testing and breeding livestock strains in Mikhailovgrad region attained an average of 276 eggs per hen from 34,700 layers - a result previously unknown in Bulgaria.

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