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Standard broilers compared with slow grown

Hubbard JA757 perching at four weeks old

NEW RESEARCH has sought to highlight how slower-growing breeds of chicken can have lower mortality and improved meat quality.

Independent work conducted by Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) on behalf of the RSPCA recorded lower mortality, culling, better meat quality and lower use of wood shavings...

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