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The importance of intestinal physiology in the egg laying process

Intestinal health and performance of egg laying hens are closely related, since the absorption of nutrients involved in the egg production process occurs in the intestine. It is essential that the intestine is in optimal physiological conditions since, in egg laying hens, the basis is the efficient transformation of nutrients from the diet into eggs, and the intestine is the first barrier that these nutrients must cross to finally become a part of the eggs.

Dr. David DĂ­ez Arias - 11/02/2020

The importance of intestinal physiology in the egg laying process

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Dr. David DĂ­ez Arias

Veterinary. Technical team of Biovet S.A.

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