Feeding trials explore mycotoxin effects on quail

Feeding trials explore mycotoxin effects on quail

Texas AgriLife researchers determine that regular ingestion of low levels of aflatoxins may not affect reproduction of wild quail.

In an effort to find out what's causing the decline of Texas' wild quail populations, Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientists investigated whether regular ingestion of low levels of aflatoxins by bobwhite and scaled quail may affect their ability to reproduce.

Quail were weighed monthl

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