The tendency for broodiness is controlled genetically so that some breeds will rarely go broody while others have a much higher tendency to do so. What can you do with such hens if you don’t have fertilized eggs for them to brood? If your flock has reduced egg production it is a common practice to put the whole flock through an induced molt and have all the hens come back into production as a flock. How do you induce a molt a flock and what can you expect post-molt? These issues will be discussed by Dr. Claudia Dunkley from the University of Georgia.
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