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Potential for Sexing Young Turkey Poults


December 1, 2009
By Springer Science and Business Media

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December 1, 2009 – A team of researchers from Dresden University of Technology in Germany have successfully completed a pilot study that uses infrared spectroscopy to determine the gender of young birds. Results show that it is a fast and accurate method with the potential to be used by the
breeding industry to identify and select female eggs for breeding.

December 1, 2009 – A team of
researchers from Dresden University of Technology in Germany have
successfully completed a pilot study that uses infrared spectroscopy to
determine the gender of young birds. Results show that it is a fast and
accurate method with the potential to be used by the
breeding industry to identify and select female eggs for breeding.|READ MORE