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..............................................................2 Living space for chickens ................ 6.................. Introduction ..................... There must be tendency of a good breeder try to establish optimal conditions for his stocks....................................................... 10....... 2.....................organic ............................................1 Principles of prosperous rearing period .......................................................... answering common changes of conditions by selection of pure lines in original stocks in the last 15 generations...................................................................2 Feeding space ........................................................................ DOMINANT BLACK D 149 and DOMINANT BLUE D 107 = coloursexed through barred/nonbarred B/b alleles of Bar gene................3 Vaccination programme . We offer to Your attention only common principles...... All this programmes have high adaptability to possible feeding and environment conditions............................................................3 Transfer of pullets from the rearing hall into the production hall ............................................. 5.................................................................3 Brooding temperature (local heating) .............4 Recommended requirements of nutrients and energy for Dominant layers final hybrid ................ 16............. DOMINANT BLACK D 109........................... which are recommend as optimal for the achievement of profit in all systems of producing of consume eggs........................................................... 14....... DOMINANT SUSSEX D 104................................ 13...........................................extensive ...............................................................rural ....4 Climatisation and ventilation ...............4 Egg collecting by litter technology.......... 1............................................................................5 Lighting shedule........ 12....................................................2 Drinking space ... INTRODUCTION Dominant CZ firm offers for brown egg layers 8 autosexing coloured programmes: DOMINANT BROWN D 102 and DOMINANT brown D 192 = coloursexed through silver-red S/s alleles of Silwer gene..... 9.................................................... Next information can help You to reach it... Detail parameters of productivity of all 8 programmes are described on seperate enclosures........... These original layers programmes are used in different ..........................2 Informative average feed consumption and body weight of final hybrids in rearing ................ ................................................................ 11.................. 3............................3 Feeding programme .........industrial production conditions. but fundamental demands of chickens and pullets in rearing period and fundamental demands of hens in laying period are similar in all types of environment........4 Daily control of each separated flock ...................CONTENTS 1.............................. 17.....................3 Weighting programme....... 7..................................................... 8................................. 15.................... All producing systems have own specifications.. DOMINANT BARRED D 959 and DOMINANT AMBER D 843 feathersexed through slow/fast feathering K/k alleles of K gene.......... 4................................3 Lighting programme .6 1........ It is not possible to describe all details for all producing systems....

10 weeks of age: 12 birds / m2 of floor area 25 birds / m2 of cage 11 . without restrictions. 537 6.18 weeks of age: 9 birds / m2 of floor area 25 birds / m2 of cage 19 . Cleaning and washing of the rearing and production halls and also all technological equipments before delivery day. 780 1. 300 1. 771 2. 989 3. Dominant CZ layers usually do not require beak triming and are quiet. 450 . 590 1. 12 19 24 28 34 39 44 49 53 58 63 68 71 73 75 77 78 79 0. 070 1. 400 1. 440 1. PRINCIPLES OF PROSPEROUS REARING AND LAYING PERIOD I. 370 1. 385 0. 217 0. 690 1.10 7 cm per individual 7 cm per individual week 11 . Quality of rearing period determine the achievement of performance potential in laying period. 670 1. 150 1. 465 3. 480 1. 3. 1 . 390 1. 890 2. 420 1. 040 1.4 weeks of age: 25 birds / m2 of floor area 60 birds / m2 of cage 5 . 800 1. 473 4.78 week of age” 5-7 birds / m2 of floor area 20-25 birds / m2 of cage 4. 330 1. III. 142 2. 230 1. 70 130 200 270 350 440 450 650 770 880 980 1. 550 1. 083 6. 080 1. Disinsectization. 360 1. 130 1. 000 2. Observance technological recommendations and requirements for final hybrids DOMINANT CZ IV. 819 1. 890 1. 270 1. 5. INFORMATIVE AVERAGE FEED CONSUMPTION AND BODY WEIGHT OF FINAL HYBRIDS IN REARING Age in weeks 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Average Feed Consumptiom g/day kg cum. 980 70 130 190 260 340 430 440 630 750 860 960 1. 581 0. 998 5. deratization of the rearing and producing halls after last stock in hall. II. LIVING SPACE FOR CHICKENS It is optimal for rearing to keep chickens first 8 weeks in isolation from older birds. 084 0. 092 1. 548 2. 200 1. 120 1. 962 4. 636 Optimum body weight in grams MAXIMAL MINIMAL cocks pullets cocks pullets 80 150 280 365 450 580 710 840 980 1. FEEDING SPACE litter system cage system week 1 . 500 80 150 270 355 440 560 680 800 940 1.78 12 cm per individual 10 cm per individual For feeding of layers Dominant CZ final hybrid is recommended to use system „ad libitum“. disinfection. 230 1. 100 2.2. 280 1. especially in fixed conditions without stress factors.

to be near the shedule for controlled lighting.16 week 1-2 W / m2 17 . Well-balanced flock is .DRINKING SPACE Floor area: week 1 .34 °C 2nd week 31 . 7. week of age every week or 1x after 2 weeks.10: 2 cm per individual and later increase to 3 cm per chick Cages: 10 chickens per 1 niple and in every cage minimally 2 niples. 3.78 week feed mixture for layers Recommended requirements of nutrients and energy for final hybrids of DOMINANT CZ programmes is described in schedule attached on the page 5. It would be better for the first week in cages with niples place one drinker per 100 chickens in every cage and use it no more than 1 week In drinking system for chickens.4 week starter for layers 5 -10 week grower for layers 11 -18 week feed mixture for pullets 19 .78 week 2-3 W / m2 9. LIGHTING PROGRAMME Light requirements are described in the lighting schedule attached on the page 6.27 °C In following weeks reduce by 2°C gradually till 20°C. Important for the well balanced flock is ad libitum system of feeding.10% of real average body weight. when 80 % of individual body weights has be in the interval +/. The temperature near 20°C must be kept till the 18th weeks and this temperature is optimal for the laying period as well. optimal concentration of chickens in hall and adequate dislocation of the technology in the whole area of hall. Lighting programme in open systems must be corrected in the hall through increase the hours of light. 10. 8. Light intensity needed: 1 . It is better for obtaining higher weight of eggs to keep lighting period for 13 hours or for more smaller eggs it is better add every week half of hour of light and finally achieve 16 hours on 28th week. BROODING TEMPERATURE (LOCAL HEATING) Optimal temperatures for chickens reared at floor and in cages (in the height of chickens) are: 1st week 32 . WEIGHTING PROGRAMME It is recommended in the rearing period to weigh from 5th. pullets and hens the watter must be available all the time. This is the most important for the achievement of required performance of final layers in halls with controlled lighting programme to control number and weight of eggs between 20th and 30th weeks and correction of lighting programme especially between 22th and 26th week. .3 week 3-4 W / m2 4 . FEEDING PROGRAMME Minimally 4 periods with special feed mixtures: 0 .

The boxes must be under control during the transport 7. CLIMATISATION AND VENTILATION Sufficient aeration should be without draught. ventilation. ransfer in early morning hours is recommended 4. In the productin hall the drinkers with sufficient water supplies must be installed 8.60 %.24°C. 15. 4. You must cooperate with Your hatching expert and discusse optimal Marek vaccine and finally to obtain information about maternal immunities of Your chickens. hall temperature should be from 18°.6 cubic meter of air per one hour per one kg of live body weight of chickens or hens. Optimal humidity in the hall is from 40 . TRANSFER OF PULLETS FROM THE REARING HALL INTO THE PRODUCTION HALL It is recommended to make the transfer in the age of 17 weeks optimaly and following principles must be respected: 1. It is optimal for the change of fresh air the quantity from 1 . Leave free space of 15 cm between the boxes during the transfer for good ventilation. Temperature higher than 30°C causes less feed consumption and less eggs productivity. drinking and feeding. there should be a quick reaction in the case of infection in the flock. Temperature under 15°C for longer period negative affects the quality of litter and the laying performance. if every flock should be under control of Poultry Veterinary Adviser for the control of imunity after vaccination.11. . Nest must be distributed equable in the whole hall and one nest must be for 4-5 hens. depenting temperature and humidity. No vaccination of poultry one week before and one week after the transfer 3. 12. DAILY CONTROL OF EVERY SEPARATED FLOCK There must be every day controlle of mortality and health status in each flock and technological parameters temperature. It is optimal. VACCINATION PROGRAMME Routine vaccination programme must be discussed with local Veterinary Advicer and he must recommend optimal vaccination for Your place and actual epidemiologic situation in Your teritory. 14. Use suitable transport boxes only with optimal number of birds placed for preventing losses by crashing and stifling 5. Protect the front boxes from draught 6. Before the transfer tranquillizers should be delivered 2. EGG COLLECTING BY LITTER TECHNOLOGY It is important for the collecting to clean eggs to minimalize eggs losed from floor. This eggs must be frequently collected. It is recommended to use at least for the first week after transfer pullets the same feed mixture as in the rearing period 13.

Kca 1/kg 2.4.52 0.25 0.32 0.48 0.02 0.2 80 50 6 60 1 0.62 0.78 weeks Protein % 19.3 .Cystine % 0.17 ADDED VITAMINS (per 1 kg of feed) A I.5 B12 mg 0.58 0. .5 3 0.25 0.0 3.850 energy KJ/kg 12.000 1.3 .39 weeks Layers II 40 .8 .16 3. U.05 10.45 0.000 11.34 0.25 Selenium (Se) 0.38 0.000 D3 I.17 0.5 l8Metabol.51 0.5 B6 (Pyridoxine) mg 3 3 Biotin mg 0.08 0.5 0.35 0.82 0.000 1 5 6 30 500 20 2 0.65 Tryptophan % 0.3 0.0 0.000 2.5 6 8 35 500 20 2 0.15 0.2 80 50 6 60 1 0.15 10.LAYERS .750 11.16 0.4 wks starter Grower 5 .37 0.2 0.9 Threonin % 0. RECOMMENDED REQUIREMENTS OF NUTRIENTS AND ENERGY DOMINANT CZ .16.18 weeks Layers I 19 .875 2.000 2.10 weeks Grower 11 .15 0.48 0. .67 0.40 Sodium % 0.1 10.000 10.5 3 0.72 0.3.0 .76 0. 12. U.5 6 8 35 500 20 2 0.16 0.25 0.015 Folic Acid mg 0.1.5 0.7 0.75 0. Phosphorus % 0.000 2.1 15 2.000 1.01 0.16 3.16 AMINO ACIDS Methionine % 0.1 Avail.4 Meth.1 1.2 5.500 15.500 2.2 0.500 Bl (Thiamine) mg 1 1 B2 (Ribof1avin) mg 5 5 PanthothenicAcid mg 10 8 Niacin mg 40 40 Cholinchlorid mg 600 500 E mg 20 20 K3 mg 2.750 11.73 Lysine % l.700 11.900 MINERALS Calcium % 1. 2.015 0.0 .5 2.1 70 50 6 60 1 0.300 1.1.8 0.015 0.3.500 17 2.25 0.FINAL HYBRID Chickens 0 .2 ADDED MINERALS (micrograms per 1 kg of feed) Manganese (Mn) 70 70 Zinc (Zn) 50 50 Copper (Cu) 6 6 Iron (Fe) 60 60 Iodine (I) 1 1 Cobalt (Co) 0.5 2.

LAYERS . LIGHTING SCHEDULE FOR DOMINANT CZ .37 weeks 31 16 2nd 29 15 21 . 35 .26 weeks 14 27 20 13 3rd 19 12 18 11 17 10 16 9 15 8 4 .FINAL HYBRID hours light day 24 1st week 23 22 21 19 18 17 33 .17.14 weeks 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 5 Age in Weeks 15 20 25 30 Light Intensity W per 1m2 4W 2W 4 2-3W 20 Age in Weeks 6.

30 week 93% Number of eggs (hen housed) 301 Number of eggs (hen day production) 308 63. 7.15 kg brown Colour of the egg shell quiet Temperament DOMINANT BROWN D 102 is colour sexed layer programme through silver-red S/s alleles of Silver gene. One-day-old hens are brown and one-day-old cockerels are yellow.PARAMETERS OF THE FINAL HYBRID DOMINANT BROWN D 102 GROWING PERIOD: 1 .10 kg Body weight at 18 weeks .18 WEEK OF AGE 95 .40 kg Feed consumption to 18 weeks per 1 females 6.5 g Average egg-weight 19.00 kg Feed constumption to 18 weeks per 1 male 6.70 kg LAYING PERIOD: 19 . .females 1.97% Livability Body weight at 18 weeks .3 kg Total Egg Mass for laying period Feed intake per hen a day 122 g Feed intake during the period per individual 45 kg Feed intake per egg 149 g Feed intake per1 kg of eggs 2.96 % Livability Laying performance in 23rd life-week 50% Top of the laying performance at 29 .males 2.33 kg Weight of hen at the end of the period 2.68 WEEK OF AGE 93 .

2 37.3 69.4 64.9 60.6 240.2 64.3 62.4 193.0 67.8 61.9 68.0 65.9 64.8 68.5 67.3 68.4 24.8 31.9 62.5 225.3 220.0 82.8 65.THE FINAL HYBRID PERFOMANCE OF DOMINANT BROWN D 102 -PER AVERAGE HEN LAYING AGE IN PERIOD WEEKS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 1/2 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 % LAY NUMBER OF EGGS cumul.9 188.1 50.4 255.6 230.3 88.8 67.6 94. 68.0 287.8 8.7 160.8 101.1 171.1 61.2 66.0 66.5 56.5 56.8 66.9 199. AVERAGE EGG WEIGHT in grams 8 30 60 75 87 91 92 92 93 92 92 91 91 90 90 90 89 89 87 87 86 86 85 84 84 83 83 82 81 81 80 79 79 78 77 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 71 70 69 69 68 67 66 65 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 0.9 154.0 107.7 269.9 63.3 204.6 64.3 18.7 67.5 54.3 308.6 68.8 7.7 210.0 215.4 68.7 63.7 76.9 63.6 250.2 260.3 63.4 291.5 283.2 143.5 49.6 61.2 67.5 68.9 68.6 62.8.6 245.3 273.2 137.5 55.4 166.6 65.7 68.7 58.6 57.4 62.0 300.8 177.7 296.1 63.8 59.2 304.4 65.7 62.4 45.4 67.0 12.6 235.8 67.1 68.6 44.2 125.4 66.2 65.3 67.6 66.0 68.2 131.1 67.1 113.5 63.2 68. .2 119.9 278.0 264.7 2.1 148.4 182.5 52.

18 WEEK OF AGE 95 . One-day-old hens are brown and one-day-old cockerels are yellow.females 1.males 2.50 kg Feed consumption to 18 weeks per 1 females 6.5 g Average egg-weight 19.30 kg Body weight at 18 weeks .1 kg Total Egg Mass for laying period Feed intake per hen a day 122 g Feed intake during the period per individual 45 kg Feed intake per egg 151 g Feed intake per1 kg of eggs 2.10 kg Feed constumption to 18 weeks per 1 male 6.96 % Livability Laying performance in 23rd life-week 50% Top of the laying performance at 29 .86 kg LAYING PERIOD: 19 . .35 kg Weight of hen at the end of the period 2. 9.PARAMETERS OF THE FINAL HYBRID DOMINANT BROWN D 192 GROWING PERIOD: 1 .30 week 92% Number of eggs (hen housed) 298 Number of eggs (hen day production) 306 62.15 kg brown Colour of the egg shell quiet Temperament DOMINANT BROWN D 192 is colour sexed layer programme through silver-red S/s alleles of Silver gene.68 WEEK OF AGE 93 .97% Livability Body weight at 18 weeks .

8 60.7 66.1 112.4 47.2 54.3 49.9 63.6 208.6 263.0 170.8 65.1 66.2 294.2 124.6 65.3 36.5 285.1 141.7 56.6 60.3 249.8 64.9 59.4 298.0 64.1 62.1 63.2 49.5 277. .5 66.8 198.5 17.2 65.3 87.5 62.1 60.2 64.5 67.7 6.6 93.4 229.6 61.2 118.7 153.2 61.5 306.8 67.7 57.9 67.1 219.4 64.8 75.3 67.0 67.8 187.8 58.0 68.4 65.9 106.5 2.8 290.2 203.4 63.3 53.8 62.9 272.7 67.0 65.3 224.2 66.1 253.1 176.5 234.5 302.9 61.6 56.4 66.6 63.6 67.5 23.4 61.4 244.2 51.1 62.9 30.1 10.5 55.3 267.0 281.1 81.8 66.8 43.6 159.2 147.4 239.7 62.8 99.8 214.5 68.3 165.2 63. AVERAGE EGG WEIGHT in grams 7 32 53 72 86 91 92 92 92 92 92 91 90 90 89 89 89 88 88 87 86 86 85 84 84 83 83 82 81 81 80 79 79 78 77 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 71 70 69 68 68 67 66 65 64 64 63 62 60 59 58 57 0.9 68.2 67.4 67.2 130.3 192.9 258.FINAL HYBRID PERFOMANCE OF DOMINANT BROWN D 192 -PER AVERAGE HEN LAYING AGE IN PERIOD WEEKS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 1/2 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 % LAY NUMBER OF EGGS cumul.3 62.2 136.3 181.8 66.3 66.0 66.4 11.1 67.6 64.

11.35 kg Weight of hen at the end of the period 2. One-day-old cockerels have yellow spot on the head and one-day-old hens are withouth yellow spot on the head.68 WEEK OF AGE 93 . .males 2.96 % Livability Laying performance in 23rd life-week 50% Top of the laying performance at 29 .30 week 92% Number of eggs (hen housed) 298 Number of eggs (hen day production) 306 62.97% Livability Body weight at 18 weeks .80 kg LAYING PERIOD: 19 .females 1.20 kg Body weight at 18 weeks .10 kg Feed constumption to 18 weeks per 1 male 6.PARAMETERS OF THE FINAL HYBRID DOMINANT BLACK D 109 GROWING PERIOD: 1 .50 kg Feed consumption to 18 weeks per 1 females 6.5 g Average egg-weight 19.1 kg Total Egg Mass for laying period Feed intake per hen a day 122 g Feed intake during the period per individual 45 kg Feed intake per egg 151 g Feed intake per1 kg of eggs 2.15 kg brown Colour of the egg shell quiet Temperament DOMINANT BLACK D 109 is colour sexed layer programme through barred/nonbarred B/b alleles of Bar gene.18 WEEK OF AGE 95 .

6 93.3 267.8 99.9 272.3 53.5 17.3 62.6 63.8 67.8 65.8 290.5 234.6 64.4 244.2 51.2 124.3 192.7 66.4 239.5 277.8 60.7 67. .2 147.1 253.7 56.2 130.8 66.1 219.2 63.5 68.5 66.0 281.0 67.9 59.2 54.8 214.0 64.1 12.8 62.1 112.9 258.6 159.5 2.1 141.2 64.9 106.0 170.2 65.3 165.0 66.8 187.2 49.6 65.8 66.8 64.5 302.3 224.5 306.6 208.7 153.5 285.6 61.0 68.4 63.5 67.4 64.5 55.3 87.5 23.1 60.8 75.3 49.1 62.8 43.6 56.1 63.7 57.2 67.3 249.4 65.1 62.3 181.6 67.4 66.9 61.4 61.3 66.2 118.0 65.2 66.7 62.4 229.6 263.1 67.1 81.9 67.THE FINAL HYBRID PERFOMANCE OF DOMINANT BLACK D 109 -PER AVERAGE HEN LAYING AGE IN PERIOD WEEKS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 1/2 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 % LAY NUMBER OF EGGS cumul.5 62.1 176.9 63.2 294.4 47.1 66. AVERAGE EGG WEIGHT in grams 7 32 53 72 86 91 92 92 92 92 92 91 90 90 89 89 89 88 88 87 86 86 85 84 84 83 83 82 81 81 80 79 79 78 77 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 71 70 69 68 68 67 66 65 64 64 63 62 60 59 58 57 0.2 61.9 30.9 68.2 136.3 36.2 203.8 198.6 60.7 6.3 67.8 58.4 11.4 67.4 298.

10 kg Feed constumption to 18 weeks per 1 male 6.18 WEEK OF AGE 95 .50 kg Total Egg Mass for laying period Feed intake per hen a day 122 g Feed intake during the period per individual 45 kg Feed intake per egg 155 g Feed intake per1 kg of eggs 2.68 WEEK OF AGE 93 .0 g Average egg-weight 18.97% Livability Body weight at 18 weeks .50 kg Feed consumption to 18 weeks per 1 females 6.43 kg Weight of hen at the end of the period 2. . One-day-old cockerels have yellow spot on the head and one-day-old hens are withouth yellow spot on the head.30 week 91% Number of eggs (hen housed) 290 Number of eggs (hen day production) 299 62.15 kg brown Colour of the egg shell quiet Temperament DOMINANT BLACK D 149 is colour sexed layer programme through barred/nonbarred B/b alleles of Bar gene.96 % Livability Laying performance in 23rd life-week 50% Top of the laying performance at 29 .30 kg Body weight at 18 weeks .PARAMETERS OF THE FINAL HYBRID DOMINANT BLACK D 149 GROWING PERIOD: 1 .females 1.80 kg LAYING PERIOD: 19 .males 2. 13.

6 63.3 49.2 251.5 58.3 60.7 60.2 11.4 144.4 60.4 97.3 115.3 187.4 91.5 62.4 54.9 65.5 35.4 2.5 56.9 67.3 61.3 208.6 277.4 109.5 58.1 45.3 46.8 281.3 260.6 62.5 218.4 64.6 60.6 192.1 126.3 57.3 59.0 23. AVERAGE EGG WEIGHT in grams 6 31 51 69 84 88 90 90 91 90 89 89 88 88 87 87 86 86 85 85 84 84 83 82 82 81 80 79 78 78 77 77 76 76 75 75 74 73 72 71 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 0.3 62.7 166.7 138.8 61.3 85.2 65.1 64.9 242.9 52.9 290.THE FINAL HYBRID PERFOMANCE OF DOMINANT BLACK D 149 -PER AVERAGE HEN LAYING AGE IN PERIOD WEEKS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 1/2 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 % LAY NUMBER OF EGGS cumul.5 61.7 265.1 62.8 63.6 6.2 160.4 103.0 64.6 64.1 237.2 79.8 64.0 62. .8 62.8 256.1 60.1 58.7 63.2 60.9 132.3 63.0 63.5 63.1 61.1 269.9 60.4 228.1 203.4 62.0 182.9 64.8 63.3 65.2 64.6 14.9 198.1 48.7 155.3 233.1 63.5 65.5 47.8 42.2 171.6 48.7 61.0 65.0 61.1 17.7 299.6 59.6 64.5 223.2 121.1 295.2 54.1 65.1 73.9 286.6 247.2 29.6 177.9 59.3 64.1 149.4 213.4 273.7 64.

80 kg LAYING PERIOD: 19 .PARAMETERS OF THE FINAL HYBRID DOMINANT BLUE D 107 GROWING PERIOD: 1 .68 WEEK OF AGE 93 .50 kg Feed consumption to 18 weeks per 1 females 6.18 WEEK OF AGE 95 .10 kg Feed constumption to 18 weeks per 1 male 6.15 kg brown Colour of the egg shell quiet Temperament DOMINANT BLUE D 107 is colour sexed layer programme through barred/nonbarred B/b alleles of Bar gene .30 week 91% Number of eggs (hen housed) 290 Number of eggs (hen day production) 299 62. .males 2.females 1. 15.30 kg Body weight at 18 weeks .97% Livability Body weight at 18 weeks .96 % Livability Laying performance in 23rd life-week 50% Top of the laying performance at 29 .0 g Average egg-weight 18.43 kg Weight of hen at the end of the period 2.50kg Total Egg Mass for laying period Feed intake per hen a day 122 g Feed intake during the period per individual 45 kg Feed intake per egg 155 g Feed intake per1 kg of eggs 2.One-day-old cockerels have yellow spot on the head and-one-day old hens are without yellow spot on the head.

AVERAGE EGG WEIGHT in grams 6 31 51 69 84 88 90 90 91 90 89 89 88 88 87 87 86 86 85 85 84 84 83 82 82 81 80 79 78 78 77 77 76 76 75 75 74 73 72 71 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 0.9 132.3 64.9 60.1 61.6 247.1 237.2 251.3 62.1 45.6 63.2 79.5 218.3 85.7 138.6 64.3 60.4 144.8 63.4 103.8 63.4 60.8 61.4 273.5 65.1 17.4 109.5 58.9 198.5 63.1 64.3 63.3 233.2 11.1 269.9 59.1 48.3 208.5 56.9 52.4 97.4 213.3 115.9 67.6 192.3 61.1 126.5 62.6 60.6 48.2 65.3 187.1 63.7 265.0 61.4 228.7 61.3 46.2 64.2 171.1 62.8 62.7 166.6 6.1 295.7 63.0 62.5 223.5 35.9 290.4 64.0 63.6 277.4 54.8 256.3 57.3 59.1 65.5 47.8 42.2 60.4 91.1 73.7 60.5 58.7 155.3 65.THE FINAL HYBRID PERFOMANCE OF DOMINANT BLUE D 107 -PER AVERAGE HEN LAYING AGE IN PERIOD WEEKS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 1/2 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 % LAY NUMBER OF EGGS cumul.6 177.9 242.9 286.8 281.8 64.9 65.1 60.2 160.9 64.2 121.5 61.0 182.2 54.1 58.0 64.6 59.7 299.2 29.6 62.3 49.6 64.0 23.3 260.0 65.4 2.1 149.4 62.1 203.6 16. .7 64.

18 WEEK OF AGE 95 .30 week 91% Number of eggs (hen housed) 290 Number of eggs (hen day production) 299 62.50 kg Feed consumption to 18 weeks per 1 females 6.43 kg Weight of hen at the end of the period 2.PARAMETERS OF THE FINAL HYBRID DOMINANT SUSSEX D 104 GROWING PERIOD: 1 .68 WEEK OF AGE 93 .males 2.0 g Average egg-weight 18.15 kg brown Colour of the egg shell quiet Temperament DOMINANT SUSSEX D 104 is feather sexed layer programme through slow .96 % Livability Laying performance in 23rd life-week 50% Top of the laying performance at 29 .97% Livability Body weight at 18 weeks . .fast feather K / k alleles of K gene.females 1.50kg Total Egg Mass for laying period Feed intake per hen a day 122 g Feed intake during the period per individual 45 kg Feed intake per egg 155 g Feed intake per1 kg of eggs 2. 17.80 kg LAYING PERIOD: 19 .10 kg Feed constumption to 18 weeks per 1 male 6.30 kg Body weight at 18 weeks . One-day-old hens are fast feathering and one-day-old cockerels are slow feathering.

4 228.4 273.7 63.5 61.7 166.1 60.3 65.6 18.6 60.1 64.9 290.9 67.8 63.3 46.1 58.1 45.1 17.8 63.4 103.0 62.2 251.4 144.6 277.0 23.9 242.1 61.2 29.0 61.7 155.8 256.2 60.1 269.7 64.9 60.0 64.2 11.2 64.5 218.8 64.1 48.5 63.1 295.6 192.0 63.5 223.2 121.3 85.4 2.9 65.9 64.7 60.5 58.6 64.2 54.4 97.8 42.1 149.2 79.9 59.3 115.4 62.1 63.3 60.4 54.3 208.1 237. AVERAGE EGG WEIGHT in grams 6 31 51 69 84 88 90 90 91 90 89 89 88 88 87 87 86 86 85 85 84 84 83 82 82 81 80 79 78 78 77 77 76 76 75 75 74 73 72 71 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 0.6 62.6 48.3 63.5 65.0 65.4 91.1 62.8 62.5 47.6 6.THE FINAL HYBRID PERFOMANCE OF DOMINANT SUSSEX D 104 -PER AVERAGE HEN LAYING AGE IN PERIOD WEEKS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 1/2 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 % LAY NUMBER OF EGGS cumul.6 64.9 52.4 109.0 182.4 64.3 233.2 160.7 61.5 56.1 73.6 177.3 260.8 61.3 62.5 58. .1 65.1 126.4 213.2 65.5 62.7 138.6 59.3 64.3 57.1 203.6 63.8 281.3 187.6 247.3 49.7 265.9 132.2 171.5 35.9 198.7 299.3 61.4 60.9 286.3 59.

18 WEEK OF AGE 95 .30 kg Body weight at 18 weeks .10 kg Feed constumption to 18 weeks per 1 male 6.97% Livability Body weight at 18 weeks .30 week 92% Number of eggs (hen housed) 298 Number of eggs (hen day production) 306 62. 19.35 kg Weight of hen at the end of the period 2. One-day-old hens are fast feathering and one-day-old cockerels are slow feathering.5 g Average egg-weight 19.50 kg Feed consumption to 18 weeks per 1 females 6.68 WEEK OF AGE 93 .96 % Livability Laying performance in 23rd life-week 50% Top of the laying performance at 29 .80 kg LAYING PERIOD: 19 .males 2. .1 kg Total Egg Mass for laying period Feed intake per hen a day 122 g Feed intake during the period per individual 45 kg Feed intake per egg 151 g Feed intake per1 kg of eggs 2.15 kg brown Colour of the egg shell quiet Temperament DOMINANT Barred D -959 is feather sexed layer programme through slow .females 1.PARAMETERS OF THE FINAL HYBRID DOMINANT BARRED D 959 GROWING PERIOD: 1 .fast feather K / k alleles of K gene.

8 60.0 64.4 67.4 63.5 2.8 67.5 234.4 64.9 68. AVERAGE EGG WEIGHT in grams 7 32 53 72 86 91 92 92 92 92 92 91 90 90 89 89 89 88 88 87 86 86 85 84 84 83 83 82 81 81 80 79 79 78 77 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 71 70 69 68 68 67 66 65 64 64 63 62 60 59 58 57 0.6 63.2 66.3 62.4 239.2 54.8 43.4 47.4 298.9 63.5 23.THE FINAL HYBRID PERFOMANCE OF DOMINANT BARRED D 959 -PER AVERAGE HEN LAYING AGE IN PERIOD WEEKS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 1/2 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 % LAY NUMBER OF EGGS cumul.7 62.6 208.4 229.9 258.5 277.1 62.6 65.5 62.7 67.2 63.0 170.3 165.1 141.8 62.1 81.3 181.5 302.5 306.8 99.2 51.8 214.8 66.8 58.2 64.6 263.4 11.3 224.7 57.3 66.5 66.1 176.3 249.0 66.9 106.6 159.3 87.0 281.6 61.1 112.1 66.3 67.4 66.2 124.2 65.8 198.9 272.2 294.8 290.2 67.2 130.0 68.4 244.4 61.3 36.7 6.8 65.1 219.2 118.5 68.2 49.2 61.1 62.9 30.7 56.4 65.8 75.5 55.9 67.1 20.1 67.7 66.8 64.9 59.6 56.1 253.2 203.2 147.0 65.3 267.2 136. .5 67.3 53.5 17.8 187.6 93.6 67.0 67.6 64.1 60.9 61.1 63.8 66.3 49.7 153.3 192.5 285.6 60.

PARAMETERS OF THE FINAL HYBRID DOMINANT AMBER D 843 GROWING PERIOD: 1 .fast feather K / k alleles of K gene. .5 g Average egg-weight 19.96 % Livability Laying performance in 23rd life-week 50% Top of the laying performance at 29 .1 kg Total Egg Mass for laying period Feed intake per hen a day 122 g Feed intake during the period per individual 45 kg Feed intake per egg 151 g Feed intake per1 kg of eggs 2.50 kg Feed consumption to 18 weeks per 1 females 6.18 WEEK OF AGE 95 .females 1.30 week 92% Number of eggs (hen housed) 298 Number of eggs (hen day production) 306 62.10 kg Feed constumption to 18 weeks per 1 male 6.35 kg Weight of hen at the end of the period 2.97% Livability Body weight at 18 weeks .30 kg Body weight at 18 weeks .80 kg LAYING PERIOD: 19 .15 kg brown Colour of the egg shell quiet Temperament DOMINANT AMBER D -843 is feather sexed layer programme through slow .males 2.68 WEEK OF AGE 93 . 21. One-day-old hens are fast feathering and one-day-old cockerelss are slow feathering.

1 112.0 66.9 106.1 219.3 87.6 63.8 58.8 198.4 64.6 65.9 258.8 43.5 68.5 62.5 2.3 181.5 23.5 67.8 214.1 62.3 36.6 64.8 64.8 290.2 147.8 60.5 55.8 66.9 272.4 63.1 22.0 170.7 57.2 61.5 277.1 62.6 159.2 130.2 54.2 67.2 66.2 49.9 63.0 67.0 64.8 99.1 67.1 66.8 66.4 239.9 59.3 249.3 67.3 192.3 224.7 66. AVERAGE EGG WEIGHT in grams 7 32 53 72 86 91 92 92 92 92 92 91 90 90 89 89 89 88 88 87 86 86 85 84 84 83 83 82 81 81 80 79 79 78 77 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 71 70 69 68 68 67 66 65 64 64 63 62 60 59 58 57 0.5 306.8 65.4 229.4 298.6 93. .6 208.4 47.4 66.2 51.3 49.3 62.6 61.1 141.4 67.2 118.2 203.5 66.8 187.1 253.0 281.9 68.2 64.8 75.0 68.3 66.4 244.6 263.6 56.4 11.7 62.4 65.5 302.5 285.7 6.1 81.6 60.1 63.2 124.2 63.0 65.6 67.9 67.7 153.THE FINAL HYBRID PERFOMANCE OF DOMINANT AMBER D 843 -PER AVERAGE HEN LAYING AGE IN PERIOD WEEKS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 1/2 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 % LAY NUMBER OF EGGS cumul.3 53.8 62.2 65.7 56.2 136.8 67.4 61.5 17.5 234.2 294.9 61.1 176.3 267.3 165.1 60.9 30.7 67.