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Influence of avian coccidiosis on fertility development

Over the last few years, the management of male breeders has acquired increased importance. Despite representing 10-12% of the farm population, males account for 50% of the fertility. Lighting, bodyweight and nutrition have been demonstrated to have a key impact on male fertility, but other challenges that represent a hazard to the bird’s health may also have an impact on this performance parameter. In this blog, we will be looking at an article1 about the effects of coccidiosis on Japanese quail performance rates.

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