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Depluming itch in native fowls in the Iran, a potential risk for commercial chickens

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Rajabzadeh, M., Razavi, S.M. & Homayounimehr, A.R. Depluming itch in native fowls in the Iran, a potential risk for commercial chickens. Trop Anim Health Prod 40, 1–3 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11250-007-9045-x

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Keywords

  • Native fowls
  • Commercial chickens
  • Cnemidocoptes gallinae
  • Depluming itch
  • Iran