Beak treatments in young pullets

Beak treatments in young pullets

Category : Poultry

It’s long been standard industry practice to remove the tip of a bird’s beak in an effort to minimize the severity of cannibalism in poultry flocks. For at least the last decade, many Canadian hatcheries have been primarily using infrared beak treatment. While research has been conducted on the impacts of adult hens, there has been little focus on how it affects young pullets.

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