Papers on hen housing system studies published

Papers on hen housing system studies published

New findings showcase trade-offs among different layer hen housing systems on sustainability of commercial-scale egg production.

A GROUP of scientific papers detailing the initial results of a broad study on several areas relating to the sustainability of three different commercial-scale egg production systems — conventional cage, enriched colony and cage-free aviary — was recently published in Poultry Science, a journal of the Poultry Science Assn.

The research was conducted by the Coalition for Sustainable Egg Supply (CSES), a multi-stakeholder group comprising more than

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