Effects Of Natural And Artificial Daylengths On Stress Physiology In Poultry Birds

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Amy Paul , Sankha Datta


Poultry is an important element of the economies of many nations, especially poor ones, and it is also a low-cost and readily available source of animal protein. The primary goal of poultry farming is to provide a stress-free environment for the birds. High stocking density and sickness are only some of the dangers that birds face while living in captivity or captivity-like environments. An animal's genetic potential dictates how much it can produce in an ideal circumstance. It is worth noting that an animal's capacity to unleash its genetic potential is influenced by the environment in which it lives. Providing animals with optimum settings to exhibit their full genetic potential is seldom possible, according to research on how animals are raised in their natural habitats.

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