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Cumulative energy consumption in the production of hatching eggs and poults in a rearing farm of Frednowe


, : Cumulative energy consumption in the production of hatching eggs and poults in a rearing farm of Frednowe. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych Seria C Technika Rolnicza 79(2): 37-44

The respective investigations were carried out in 1986-1988 at the Poultry Breeding Farm at Frednowych. The source materials obtained allowed to determine the level of cumulative energy expenditures in production or turkey hatched eggs and poults. It has been found that the net cumulative energy consumption level of the produced turkey hatched eggs amounted to 5.1 MJ/egg and or turkey poults to 30.5 MJ/head.

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