Quality eggs from required nutrition

Modern layers and breeders are expected to produce a large number of high-quality eggs. This, however, demands well-
balanced nutrition.

Good peak productions are achieved with today’s genetics of laying hens and broiler breeders.

The real challenge is to maintain persistency while maximizing the number of saleable consumption or hatching eggs.

The addition of SCFA and MCFA to the feed of laying hens has a significant effect on laying percentage, daily egg mass
as well as feed conversion.

Along with the percentage of cracked eggs, the albumen quality also constitutes a major parameter.

MCTs provide about ten percent fewer calories than LCTs – 8.3 calories per gram for MCTs versus 9 calories
per gram for LCTs.