Air velocity and high temperature effects on broiler performance.

@article{Lott1998AirVA,
  title={Air velocity and high temperature effects on broiler performance.},
  author={Bruce Lott and John D. Simmons and Jeffrey D May},
  journal={Poultry science},
  year={1998},
  volume={77 3},
  pages={391-3}
}
Three trials, using a total of 1,320 male broilers, were conducted to study the effect of air velocity at 125 m/min on body weight gain and feed: gain. The broilers were placed on litter in pens in a wind tunnel or on litter in floor pens with conventional cross ventilation when 4 wk old. Except for air velocity, the conditions in the floor pens and the tunnel were the same. In Trials 1 and 2, only nipple waterers were used. In Trial 3, one-half of the pens on the floor and one-half of the pens… CONTINUE READING

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