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Master Thesis at the University of Kirkuk

24 June 2019
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A Master Thesis at the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Kirkuk, discussed the effect of food rationing and the density of birds in the productive performance and qualitative characteristics of the eggs of the quail females, by researcher Hassan Ghalib Hussein.

The aim of the study was to monitor the effect of dietary codification and breeding density on the production performance and specific characteristics of the eggs of the quail females on 224 Japanese type birds distributed randomly on nine treatments with 4 replicates per treatment and according to the five-storey battery breeding system.
The study concluded that there was no significant difference between the factors in terms of internal and external quality characteristics and the effect of the interaction between the density of the breeding and the level of dietary rationing on the egg mass rate, stressing the need to conduct the beak cutting in the breeding of the Japanese quail females and conducting a study on the effect of dietary codification and density Breeding of Japanese fowl during the growth stage of fowl for meat production.hassangalib1


- The door of the ancient fortress of Kirkuk inscribed with the Holy verse) and tell my Lord Zdni note (bold font Diwani).
- The oil tower symbolizes the extraction of natural wealth (oil) from the ground, which is characterized by the province of Kirkuk.
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- The university is one of the formations of the Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and History, which symbolizes the foundation year of the university in 2003 AD (1424 AH).

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