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1.

Physiology and behavior of the hen during induced molt.

Webster AB.

Poult Sci. 2003 Jun;82(6):992-1002. Review.

PMID:
12817455
2.

Molting layers--alternative methods and their effectiveness.

Koelkebeck KW, Anderson KE.

Poult Sci. 2007 Jun;86(6):1260-4.

PMID:
17495103
3.

Behavior of white leghorn laying hens after withdrawal of feed.

Webster AB.

Poult Sci. 2000 Feb;79(2):192-200.

PMID:
10735746
4.

Immunological cell and serum metabolite response of 60-week-old commercial laying hens to an alfalfa meal molt diet.

Landers KL, Moore RW, Dunkley CS, Herrera P, Kim WK, Landers DA, Howard ZR, McReynolds JL, Bryd JA, Kubena LF, Nisbet DJ, Ricke SC.

Bioresour Technol. 2008 Feb;99(3):604-8. Epub 2007 Mar 1.

PMID:
17336056
5.

Molting in Salmonella enteritidis-challenged laying hens fed alfalfa crumbles. III. Blood plasma metabolite response.

Dunkley CS, McReynolds JL, Dunkley KD, Kubena LF, Nisbet DJ, Ricke SC.

Poult Sci. 2007 Dec;86(12):2492-501.

PMID:
18029794
6.

Effects of bird age, density, and molt on behavioral profiles of two commercial layer strains in cages.

Anderson KE, Davis GS, Jenkins PK, Carroll AS.

Poult Sci. 2004 Jan;83(1):15-23.

PMID:
14761079
7.

Guar meal diets as an alternative approach to inducing molt and improving Salmonella enteritidis resistance in late-phase laying hens.

Gutierrez O, Zhang C, Caldwell DJ, Carey JB, Cartwright AL, Bailey CA.

Poult Sci. 2008 Mar;87(3):536-40. doi: 10.3382/ps.2007-00337.

PMID:
18281581
8.

Behavior of laying hens on alfalfa crumble molt diets.

Dunkley CS, Friend TH, McReynolds JL, Kim WK, Dunkley KD, Kubena LF, Nisbet DJ, Ricke SC.

Poult Sci. 2008 May;87(5):815-22. doi: 10.3382/ps.2006-00385.

PMID:
18420970
10.

Behavioral responses of laying hens to different alfalfa-layer ration combinations fed during molting.

Dunkley CS, Friend TH, McReynolds JL, Woodward CL, Kim WK, Dunkley KD, Kubena LF, Nisbet DJ, Ricke SC.

Poult Sci. 2008 Jun;87(6):1005-11. doi: 10.3382/ps.2006-00386.

PMID:
18492986
11.

Effects of induced molting on the well-being of egg-laying hens.

McCowan B, Schrader J, DiLorenzo AM, Cardona C, Klingborg D.

J Appl Anim Welf Sci. 2006;9(1):9-23.

PMID:
16649948
12.

Comparison of the effect of different methods of molt: production and welfare evaluation.

Mazzuco H, Avila VS, Coldebella A, Mores R, Jaenisch FR, Lopes LS.

Poult Sci. 2011 Dec;90(12):2913-20. doi: 10.3382/ps.2011-01670.

PMID:
22080033
13.

Alfalfa as a single dietary source for molt induction in laying hens.

Landers KL, Woodward CL, Li X, Kubena LF, Nisbet DJ, Ricke SC.

Bioresour Technol. 2005 Mar;96(5):565-70.

PMID:
15501663
14.

Utilizing different ratios of alfalfa and layer ration for molt induction and performance in commercial laying hens.

Donalson LM, Kim WK, Woodward CL, Herrera P, Kubena LF, Nisbet DJ, Ricke SC.

Poult Sci. 2005 Mar;84(3):362-9.

PMID:
15782903
15.

Reduction of Salmonella enterica serovar enteritidis colonization and invasion by an alfalfa diet during molt in Leghorn hens.

Woodward CL, Kwon YM, Kubena LF, Byrd JA, Moore RW, Nisbet DJ, Ricke SC.

Poult Sci. 2005 Feb;84(2):185-93.

PMID:
15742953
16.

Health and husbandry considerations of induced molting.

Ruszler PL.

Poult Sci. 1998 Dec;77(12):1789-93. Review.

PMID:
9872580
17.

Further evaluation of nonfeed removal methods for molting programs.

Biggs PE, Persia ME, Koelkebeck KW, Parsons CM.

Poult Sci. 2004 May;83(5):745-52.

PMID:
15141831
18.

Alternative procedures for molt induction: practical aspects.

Bar A, Razaphkovsky V, Shinder D, Vax E.

Poult Sci. 2003 Apr;82(4):543-50.

PMID:
12710472
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