H&N Brown Nick

  • High peak and persistent production
  • Optimum egg weight
  • Excellent feed efficiency
  • Outstanding shell strength
  • Uniform dark color
  • No fishy odor eggs as they are free of TMA-Syndrom

Livability

0 - 19 weeks: 96 - 98 %
19 - 90 weeks: 90 - 95 %

Egg production (First Cycle)

Age at 50 % Hen-Day Production 142 – 152 days
4 week Peak 94 – 95 %
Hen-Housed Performance to 60 weeks 250 –255 eggs (254 eggs)
Hen-Housed Performance to 80 weeks 355 – 360 eggs (359 eggs)
bis 95 Wochen je Anfangshenne 420 – 425 eggs (424 eggs)
Period over 90 % 28 weeks
Period over 80 % 65 weeks

Body Size

Age (weeks) Weight (kg)
19 1.559
60 2.009
80 2.050
95 2.080

Feed

Period (weeks) Conversion (kg Feed /kg Eggs) Consumption (g / bird / day)
19-60 2.07 112-117
19-80 2.11 113-118
19-95 2.17 113-118

Egg Weight

Age (weeks) g / egg Cumulative Egg Mass (kg)
25 57-58 1.77
30 60-61 3.74
35 62-63 5.79
40 63-64 7.85
60 66-67 15.81
80 68-69 22.84
95 68-69 27.34
19-95 62-65 27.34

The above data is based on our most recent research and field information. The specification listed for the “Brown Nick” are obtainable under proper management and environmental conditions. This is not a warranty or guarantee of performance.


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