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  1. Hens are dedicated mothers who turn their eggs up to five times an hour. (Web site)
  2. The hens are then used as a mechanism for turning feed into eggs. (Web site)
  3. Pastured hens are exposed to direct sunlight, which their bodies convert to vitamin D and then pass on to the eggs. (Web site)
  4. Second, hens are typically promiscuous and store viable sperm for a median period of approximately 14 days [ 23].
  5. When these hens were kept on this same diet, but also put back on pasture the eggs were normal.

Battery Hens

  1. Battery hens suffer bone breakage caused by over-production of eggs and lack of exercise.


  1. The risk could be increased in flocks that have a greater number of hens that are carrying Salmonella and less in the farms with hens that are not.


  1. Agarose gels of RT-PCR performed on RNA from various tissues from hens and roosters at different reproductive stages. (Web site)


  1. The risk of salmonella infection is usually only present in traditionally raised commercial hens. (Web site)
  2. This includes E. coli O157:H7 among cattle, Salmonella among egg-laying hens, and Campylobacter in broiler chickens.
  3. The deadline for the targets to reduce Salmonella in laying hens is 2008.


  1. It is not unknown for two (or more) hens to try to share the same nest at the same time. (Web site)


  1. Eggs from pastured hens can contain as much as 10 times more omega-3s than eggs from factory hens.
  2. With laying hens, it is about 10 times more toxic than aflatoxin. (Web site)


  1. The Fable of the Ducks and Hens, by George Lincoln Rockwell, a long-form poem with anti-integration themes.

Farm Animals

  1. Animal paintings - For Sale Artist: Country life paintings of cockrells, hens, cats and other farm animals. (Web site)
  2. They also have a small animal sanctuary with 4 rescued farm animals: cow, pig & battery hens. (Web site)

Dairy Cows

  1. Dairy cows who can no longer produce milk profitably, and hens who can no longer lay eggs, are sent IMMEDIATELY to slaughter.


  1. The animals are counting on it, especially cows on dairy farms and hens on egg farms.
  2. Egg-laying hens and dairy cows are the most exploited of all "food" animals. (Web site)

Animal Feed

  1. One entrepreneur has developed the 'Jet-Pro' system to turn spent hens into animal feed.


  1. If the nest is small, or one of the hens is particularly determined, this may result in chickens trying to lay on top of each other. (Web site)


  1. Egg is the part or whole of the reproductive body produced by hens.


  1. A chicken coop is a place of shelter, a safe retreat for chickens and a place where the hens can lay their eggs. (Web site)
  2. At the time of Partition, it was rare for caste Hindus to eat chicken or even eggs from hens, choosing rather, duck eggs if eggs were to be consumed.
  3. When used to feed layer hens, the eggs have a higher concentration of the healthier omega-3 fatty acids.


  1. The reason for this is that Salmonella Enteritidis silently infects the ovaries of hens and contaminates the eggs before the shells are formed. (Web site)
  2. Because Salmonella can infect the ovaries of hens, eggs from infected birds can be laid prepackaged with the bacteria inside. (Web site)
  3. This process is natural; hens will stand up three to five times a day and shift the eggs around with their beak. (Web site)


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