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Comparative study of hatchability rate and egg quality between different strains of Japanese Quail (Coturnix japonica)
Journal of Tropical Resources and Sustainable Science (JTRSS)
The objectives of this study were to determine morphology of Japanese quail strains andhatchability rate and egg quality between commercial strain which is Poultry Progress Institute(IKTA) strain and White Texas strains of Japanese Quail (Coturnix japonica) rear in Malaysia. Atotal of 300 quails were randomly picked and the breastbone length, chest girth, body weight,body length, shank length and drum length were measured for the morphology. Then, 270 eggs ofCommercial and White Texas strainsdoi:10.47253/jtrss.v6i2.564 fatcat:ulf3ka234nfqjcbyyhe5oupk6y