Crooked toes: Poultry defect may be hereditary nutritional or managemental in type
AuthorA. F. Hicks
Author AffiliationsA. F. Hicks, Jr., is Research Assistant, Poultry Husbandry, Berkeley.
Hilgardia 3(10):14-15. DOI:10.3733/ca.v003n10p14. October 1949.
In past years crooked toes in chickens have been considered to be of two types, one due to a nutritional deficiency and another caused by faulty management. A third type which has not been described until recently is hereditary in nature and as such, is of considerable interest to breeders and hatcherymen.
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