AVM volume 12, issue 1, P87-96 2019 DOI: 10.46784/e-avm.v12i1.40 View full text
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Ksenija Nešić, Nikola Pavlović, Vladimir Radosavljević, Miloš Gavrilović

Abstract: It is estimated that the world’s population will enlarge by 25% by the middle of this century, resulting in the food production increase by at least 60%. Intensifying egg production is one of the most affordable solutions to provide animal protein. Among many other efforts to improve the quality of eggs, special attention is paid to attempts to provide a better endurance and strength of eggshell, due to the fact that the production of eggs with broken, cracked or soft shells incurs significant economic losses.…

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