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Why are upper laying nests cramped with hens?

This is the reason most hens are in the upper laying nests.

The image below was provided by Roodbont Publishers and is part of the Look, Think, Act series that will be published weekly on World Poultry. Hover over the icons within the image for more information. Read more in the book Egg Signals, by Piet Simons.

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  • Ankit Sharma

    Nowdays there is huge demand for pre processed meat and this has caused the rise in meat which is obtained from Chicken. I think people should shift to more balanced diet.

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