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Coccidiosis remains leading problem in caged pullets

Coccidiosis remains a leading health problem in caged pullets, according to a recent survey conducted by the Association of Veterinarians in Egg Production (AVEP).
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Coccidiosis remains leading problem in caged pullets
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