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Breeder Guide 2008

Breeder Guide 2008



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Published by: edmondns on Nov 21, 2008
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COBB B Maagm Gi
Cobb’s commitment to genetic improvement of our family of products continues to increasethe performance potential in all areas of broiler and broiler breeder production. However,to attain both genetic potential and consistent flock production, it is important that the flockmanager has a good management program in place. The success of the Cobb broiler breeder worldwide has provided considerable experience of the breed in a wide range of situations,such as hot and cold climates, controlled environment and open housing. This Breeder Management Guide is designed to assist you in building your management program.Management must not only meet the basic needs of the stock but must also be finely tunedto benefit fully from the breed's potential. Some of the guidelines may need to be adaptedlocally according to your own experience, and our technical teams will assist with this.The Cobb Breeder Management guide highlights critical factors that are most likely toinfluence flock performance and is part of our technical information service, which includesthe Cobb Hatchery and Broiler Management Guides, Technical Bulletins and a full range of performance charts. Our recommendations are based on current scientific knowledge andpractical experience around the world. You should be aware of local legislation, which mayinfluence the management practice that you choose to adopt.This Cobb Breeder Management Guide is intended as a reference and supplement to your own flock management skills so that you can apply your knowledge and judgement to obtainconsistently good results with the Cobb family of products.Revised 2008
COBB B Maagm Gi
Pag1. Chic Maagm 1-31.1 Ppaig fo Chic Aival 11.2 Plaig fo Chic Placm 11.3 Lighig 31.4 Ba Coiioig 32. Gowh Pha 4-92.1 sa o Booig Pha (1-14 da) 42.2 Maiac Pha 62.3 Ppaaio fo La Pha 82.4 Fmal Bo Wigh Gai fom 16-20 W93. F Maagm 10-123.1 raig Pio 103.2 Alaiv Fig Mho 114. Lighig Pogam Maagm 13-164.1 da-o raig Ho 134.2 da-o raig o da-o Pocio 134.3 da-o raig o naal daligh Pocio 154.4 naal daligh raig o naal daligh Pocio 165. Wa Maagm 176. Bi Wighig a Bo wigh Cool 18-206.1 Aali of Bi Wigh 197. Maiaiig Goo uifomi 21-257.1 Commo Faco Laig o Bo Wigh uifomi Poblm 217.2 Gaig 217.3 toblhooig Bo Wigh Cool 218. tafig soc fom raig o Pocio Fam 269. Pocio Pio 27-329.1 Hoig a eipm rim 279.2 Fmal F Maagm fom Ligh simlaio o Pa Pocio 279.3 ri Bo Wigh Ica Fom sa o Pa Pocio 309.4 Po Pa Fig/F rcio 3110. Mal Maagm 33-3810.1 raig 3310.2 Mal Fig a Wigh t dig Pocio 3410.3 spiig 3710.4 Ia-spiig138

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