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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Poultry Development Review Poultry housing and management in developing countries Phil Glatz, Pig and Poultry Production Institute, SARDI, Roseworthy 5371, South Australia, Australia Robert Pym, School of Veterinary Science, University of Queensland, Gatton, 4343, Queensland, Australia Poultry housing Medium-scale commercial: In developing countries , most medi- Improvements to Poultry housing systems in developing countries um-scale commercial layer and chicken meat houses rely on natu- have focused on providing an environment that satisfies the birds' ral airflow through the shed for ventilation (Daghir, 2001). Where thermal requirements. Newly hatched birds have a poor ability to required, meat birds and layers are given radiant heating early in control body temperature, and require some form of supplemen- their lives, to maintain body temperature.
Sector 1 large-scale broiler operations 1 FD AD AGRICULTURE ORGAIATI F TE UITED NATIS POULTR DEVELOPMENT REVIEW Poultry housing and management in developing countries
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