A new genetic link to the immune system in laying hens has been discovered that could result in laying hens being born resistant to many diseases.
Pioneering research of the full genome of over 1,600 layers has revealed a genetic link to natural antibodies (called: NAbs).
This research that was undertaken by Wageningen University in the Netherlands and Hendrix Genetics. It has huge potential to impact productivity, biosecurity, and sustainability. | READ MORE
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