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Published on Aug. 27, 2019

Layer Vision, Issue 21 Now Available

We have so many great stories to share from the last few months in the laying hen world.

Our products continue to perform in the field, showing great strength in productivity, livability and efficiency in all housing systems.

An exciting milestone has been reached now that the Lux family from Germany has achieved over 500 eggs in 100 weeks under organic circumstances!

With the goal of breeding a healthy hen for longer cycles, our products contain the genetic potential necessary for our customers to succeed.

Besides great products, strong customer relationships continue to be the reason for our success, we are happy to share with you some stories of our distributors.


Thank you for reading and we hope you enjoy!

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