Watching TV Boosts Egg Output

MALAYSIA - Television increases the number and size of eggs, according to researchers.
calendar icon 21 December 2009
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According to The Star of Malaysia, scientists have revealed that the stressful life of the battery chicken can be relieved with a daily dose of television.

Seemingly, chicks that watch television grow faster on less food, lay larger eggs more regularly and appear to be happier. All it takes to make these birds more phlegmatic, more interested in their environment and more sociable is a mere half-an-hour a day in front of the TV.

If chicken farmers in Malaysia were to adopt this strategy to increase the egg yield and plumpness of their fowls, it would obviously pay for them to get the maximum return from their investment.

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