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“…Marks (1959) found that in intermingled flocks dubbed chickens were predominately in the lower half of the social order. These values were within the range of those reported by Leveille et al (1957). If social tensions were a stress factor it is possible that they would eventually counteract some of the advantages which dubbing has to offer and thus lower the egg production of dubbed chickens during the latter part of the laying year.…”
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“…Marks (1959) found that in intermingled flocks dubbed chickens were predominately in the lower half of the social order. These values were within the range of those reported by Leveille et al (1957). If social tensions were a stress factor it is possible that they would eventually counteract some of the advantages which dubbing has to offer and thus lower the egg production of dubbed chickens during the latter part of the laying year.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting