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Photo & video 2461 views 2 commentsupdate:Apr 21, 2017

This is why broilers have hock burns

Check your usage of ammonia, in combination with poor quality litter.

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2 comments

  • Rufaro Mucheche

    THANKS. just how significant is hock burns to the farmer's sales? i am currently aware of the effect of Cruelty to birds, how about on the farmer's profits?

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