what s the difference between layers and broilers?

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EGG LAYERS ARE THE HENS WHICH LAY EGGS AND BROILERS ARE THE HENS WHICH ARE EATEN AS CHICKEN

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Here are some differences:

(1) Broilers are used for their meat. Layers are used for eggs.

(2) Broilers consume more feed. Layers consume less feed.

(3) Broilers grow faster. Layers grow slower.

[NOTE: You would realise that point Nos. 2 & 3 (faster growing and more meat) are actually required for the chicken to produce more meat.]

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  layers they start reducing eggs at age of 20 weeks.  broilers raised upto 6 -7 weeks & send to market. 

layers need calculated feed with vitamins ,minerals & micro nutrients. broilers  food must be rich in protiens ,vitamin A & vitamin K

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BROILERS 
Meant for meats purposes
Fed lot of vitamins like K and Calcium
Need adequate lighting and healthy conditions
Can be utilised after 6-8 weeks after birth

LAYERS 
Meant for layin eggs
Fed adequate roughage
Need healthy clean and not overcrowded conditions
Can be used after 20 weeks

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 Hi,


 
BROILERS
 
LAYERS
Meant for meats purposes
Meant for laying eggs
Fed lot of vitamins like K and Calcium
Fed adequate roughage
Need adequate lighting and healthy conditions
Need healthy clean and not overcrowded conditions
Can be utilised after 6-8 weeks after birth
Can be used after 20 weeks i.e. when they attain sexual maturity

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 Broilers are those poultry animals which yield meat while Layers are egg yielding animals.

Broilers are fed with protein and vitamin- rich diet for their high growth rate and for fattening them. Care is taken to avoid mortaility and for feathering and carcass quality.Layers are fed with protein-rich diet in order to increase the egg production.
 
 
Hope this answer helps,
All the best!
 
 
 

 

 

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 I hope all my points helped you.

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broilers are that we eat and layers are that are used for eggs

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broilers 
Meant for meats purposes
layers  Meant for laying eggs
Fed lot of vitamins like K and Calcium
Fed adequate roughage
Need adequate lighting and healthy conditions
Need healthy clean and not overcrowded conditions
Can be utilised after 6-8 weeks after birth
Can be used after 20 weeks i.e. when they attain sexual maturity
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BROILERSLAYERSMeant for meats purposesMeant for laying eggsFed lot of vitamins like K and CalciumFed adequate roughageNeed adequate lighting and healthy conditionsNeed healthy clean and not overcrowded conditions
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layers meant for egg production where as broilers are meant for poultary meat. nutritional,enviornmental and housing conditions are required by broilers are different then required by the egg layers.A broiler chicken for their propper growth requires vitamins rich supplements espacially vitamin A and K, also their diets includes proteins rich food and enough fat. they also require extra care and maintenance to increase their survival rate in comparision of egg layers

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i hoped all my points helped you.

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Here are some differences:

(1) Broilers are used for their meat.

(1)Layers are used for eggs.

(2) Broilers consume more feed.

(2)Layers consume less feed.

(3) Broilers grow faster.

(3)Layers grow slower.

[NOTE: You would realise that point Nos. 2 3 (faster growing and more meat) are actually required for the chicken to produce more meat.]

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layers - 1. for  laying eggs
2. need lot of sunlight
3.need lot of space
4.eg hh260
​boilers-1.for  meat
2. less sunlight
3. less space 
4.white legheurn
 
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A broiler is raised solely for meat in large scale operations. On a farm they can also have duel use as egg layers since they are only eaten as need arises so egg production is a side benefit.
Layers are raised for the production of eggs in large operations but they are culled when egg production drops but on the farm the layers while often used for meat when they get too old to lay are often allowed to live full long lives. Hard work deserves a good retirement, at least on our farm.
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Broilers are used for meat Layers are used for eggs
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Layers are meant for egg production, whereas broilers are meant for poultry meat. Nutritional, environmental, and housing conditions required by broilers are different from those required by egg layers. A broiler chicken, for their proper growth, requires vitamin rich supplements especially vitamin A and K. Also, their diet includes protein rich food and enough fat. They also require extra care and maintenance to increase their survival rate in comparison to egg layers.
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BROILERS 
  1. Meant for meats purposes. 
  2. Fed lot of vitamins like K and Calcium.
  3. Need adequate lighting and healthy conditions. 
  4. Can be utilised after 6-8 weeks after birth.

LAYERS 
  1. Meant for lay in eggs. 
  2. Fed adequate roughage. 
  3. Need healthy clean and not overcrowded conditions. 
  4. Can be used after 20 weeks i.e when the attain sexual maturity.
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layers are used to lay eggs broilers are grown only for meat 
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layers are used for eggs and broilers are used for meat purpose
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Layers are egg laying birds
Their wieght is lighter
They stay in poultry farm till their death


Broilers are for meat purposes
There diet is more
Thier weight is more
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The types of meat contenting poultry which are especially rear for the purpose of meat is generraly refers to chicken or broiler while an egg laying poultry is called egger or layer
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Layers are chickens that are raised to lay eggs. The white leghorn is one of the industry standard breeds for laying hens, though many other types exist. Broilersare raised for meat, and butchered before they reach full maturity. ... Broilers are reared for meat purpose whereas layers are reared for egg production.
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poultary that lay eggs are called layers and the poultary used for meat yielding purposes are called broilers
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Layers are meant for egg production, whereas broilers are meant for poultry meat. Nutritional, environmental, and housing conditions required by broilers are different from those required by egg layers. A broiler chicken, for their proper growth, requires vitamin rich supplements especially vitamin A and K. Also, their diet includes protein rich food and enough fat. They also require extra care and maintenance to increase their survival rate in comparison to egg layers.
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Layers are grown for eggs and broilers are grown for meat
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An egg laying poultry is called egger or layer whereas broilers are reared for obtaining meat. So a layer should be able to produce more number of large sized eggs, without growing too much. On the other hand, a broiler should yield more meat and hence should be able to grow well
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An egg laying poultry is called egger or layer whereas broilers are reared for obtaining meat. So a layer should be able to produce more number of large sized eggs, without growing too much. On the other hand, a broiler should yield more meat and hence should be able to grow well.

Good management practices are essential for the good production of poultry. These are different for broilers and layers. These include maintenance of temperature and hygienic conditions in housing and poultry feed, as well as prevention and control of diseases and pests.

The housing, nutritional and environmental requirements of broilers are different from layers. Broilers are fed with vitamin-rich supplementary feed for good growth rate and better feed efficiency. The ration for broilers is protein rich with adequate fat. Care is taken to avoid mortality and to maintain feathering and carcass quality.

The layers on the other hand show 2 distinct phases in their life i.e. the growing period and laying period. During the growing period, they need enough space. Over-crowding tends to suppress their growth. Feed is given in a restricted and calculated manner. During the laying period, the layers need enough space and adequate lighting. Feed with vitamins, minerals and micronutrients influence the hatching of eggs. Layers are provided with fibrous cheaper diets using agricultural by-products.

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broilers for meat
layers for egg
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1. Broilers  
  • The poultry birds groomed for obtaining meat are called broilers.
  • The ration (daily food requirement) for broilers should be rich in protein with adequate fat.
2. Layers
  • The egg laying birds are called layers
  • The level of vitamins A and K should be kept high. Layers require enough space and lighting.
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BROILERS:-
  • poultry which is grown for meat
  • feed should include vitamin A and K, proteins and fats
  • they require conditions to grow fast and they should have low mortality

LAYERS:-
  • poultry which is grown for eggs
  • feed should include vitamins, minerals, and micronutrients in restricted and calculated amounts.
  • they require enough space and adequate lighting
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LAYERS ARE MEANT FOR EGG PRODUCTION, WHEREAS BROILERS ARE MEANT FOR POULTRY MEAT. NUTRITIONAL ENVIRONMENT AND HOUSING CONDITIONS REQUIRED BY BROILER ARE DIFFERENT FROM THOSE REQUIRED BY EGG LAYERS. A BROILERS CHICKEN,IS USED FOR THEIR PROPER GROWTH, REQUIRES VITAMINS RICH SUPPLEMENTS ESPECIALLY VITAMIN A AND K . ALSO, THEIR DIET INCLUDE PROTEIN RICH FOOD AND ROUGH FAT. THEY ALSO REQUIRE EXTRA CARE AND MAINTENANCE TO INCREASE THEIR SURVIVAL RATE IN COMPARISON TO EGG LAYER.
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broiler use for meat and layer for egg
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Difference between macronutrient and micronutrients
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BROILERS ARE BRED FOR MEAT ,,,LAYERS ARE BRED FOR EGGS

BROILERS ARE MALES AND FEMALES,,,,LAYERS ARE ONLY FEMALES
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BROILERS ARE BRED FOR MEAT ,,,LAYERS ARE BRED FOR EGGS

BROILERS ARE MALES AND FEMALES,,,,LAYERS ARE ONLY FEMALES
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Here are some differences between broilers and layers:
1. Broilers are used for meat purpose while layers are used for eggs.
2. Broilers consume more feed while layers consume less feed.
3. Broilers are raised for short period of time(minimum 7-8 weeks while layers are raised for long period of time.
4. Broilers are chicken raised to produce meats while layers are chicken raised to produce eggs.
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layers are which lay eggs of the hen and broilers is the meat (chicken) of the hen
 
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Layers are the egg laying animals but broilers are used for meat.
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Broilers & Layers significantly differ from each other. Broilers are reared for meat purpose whereas layers are reared for egg production.  Layers attain sexual maturity around 20–22 weeks and laying eggs up to 72 weeks of age and then they are either moulted or sold as spent hens.
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Broliers are the fast growing young chicken, whereas layers are the sexually mature hens.
Broliers are known for their good quality and for their taste, whereas layers are known for their laying eggs.
Broliers are giving diet rich in protein, adequate fat and vitamin, whereas layers are giving inferior quality fat.
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layers
they are used for egg production.
they are small.
broilers
they help in production of  meat.
they are fat
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Animal husbandry is about caring animal and rearing them for our goods like sheep for its fur and hen for its eggs etc.
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Broilers-birds grown for obtaining meat are called broilers. They can be used after 6-8 weeks after birth.


Layers-Birds grown for obtaining egg are called layers.They can be used after 20 weeks when sexual maturity 
            has been attempt to lay eggs.
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layers are for production of egg whereas broiler are for their meat
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Layers are genetically modified for laying eggs where as Broilers are grown for meat and they are infertile.
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An egg laying poultry is called egger or layer whereas broilers are reared for obtaining meat. So a layer should be able to produce more number of large sized eggs, without growing too much. On the other hand, a broiler should yield more meat and hence should be able to grow well.

Good management practices are essential for the good production of poultry. These are different for broilers and layers. These include maintenance of temperature and hygienic conditions in housing and poultry feed, as well as prevention and control of diseases and pests.

The housing, nutritional and environmental requirements of broilers are different from layers. Broilers are fed with vitamin-rich supplementary feed for good growth rate and better feed efficiency. The ration for broilers is protein rich with adequate fat. Care is taken to avoid mortality and to maintain feathering and carcass quality.

The layers on the other hand show 2 distinct phases in their life i.e. the growing period and laying period. During the growing period, they need enough space. Over-crowding tends to suppress their growth. Feed is given in a restricted and calculated manner. During the laying period, the layers need enough space and adequate lighting. Feed with vitamins, minerals and micronutrients influence the hatching of eggs. Layers are provided with fibrous cheaper diets using agricultural by-products.
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Broilers & Layers significantly differ from each other.

  • The primary striking difference is layers are females whereas broilers are unsexed comprising both males and females
  • Broilers are reared for meat purpose whereas layers are reared for egg production.
  • Broilers attain a body weight of around 2.2- 2.4 kg within 6 weeksbecause of their fast growth on the flip side layers attain a body weight of 1.5–1.8 kg at their sexual maturity (20-22weeks)
  • Broilers are reared for a span of 38–42 days and then they are marketed and slaughtered for meat. Layers attain sexual maturity around 20–22 weeks and laying eggs up to 72 weeks of age and then they are either moulted or sold as spent hens.
  • Commercially deep litter system of housing is best suited for rearing broilers whereas it is preferred to rear layers in caged housing systems.
  • Usually broilers are reared in batches in an allin-allout system in a single rearing shed. Whereas layers are reared as per different growth stages in different sheds ie., Chicks(0-8weeks), growers (9–22 weeks) and layers (23–72 weeks).
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Broilers & Layers significantly differ from each other.

  • The primary striking difference is layers are females whereas broilers are unsexed comprising both males and females
  • Broilers are reared for meat purpose whereas layers are reared for egg production.
  • Broilers attain a body weight of around 2.2- 2.4 kg within 6 weeksbecause of their fast growth on the flip side layers attain a body weight of 1.5–1.8 kg at their sexual maturity (20-22weeks)
  • Broilers are reared for a span of 38–42 days and then they are marketed and slaughtered for meat. Layers attain sexual maturity around 20–22 weeks and laying eggs up to 72 weeks of age and then they are either moulted or sold as spent hens.
  • Commercially deep litter system of housing is best suited for rearing broilers whereas it is preferred to rear layers in caged housing systems.
  • Usually broilers are reared in batches in an allin-allout system in a single rearing shed. Whereas layers are reared as per different growth stagesin different sheds ie., Chicks(0-8weeks), growers (9–22 weeks) and layers (23–72 weeks).
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1. broilers are grown for providing meat, while layers for laying eggs.
2.they comprise both males and females, while layers are females
3.commercially deep litter system housing is best suited for rearing broilers , while it is preferred to rear layers in caged housing systems.
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Layers are egg laying chicken and boilers are reared for obtaining meat
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A broiler is a poultry bird specially kept for obtaining meat,while layer is a poultry bird that give eggs.
there is a difference in their housing,nutrition and environmental requirements.
The daily food requirement of broilers is somewhat different from those of layers. Broilers require protein rich food with adequate fat and high amount of Vitamin-A and K, whereas layers require feed with vitamins,minerals and micronutrients and enough space and proper lighting.
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Difference between layers and broilers?
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Here are some differences:

(1) Broilers are used for their meat. Layers are used for eggs.

(2) Broilers consume more feed. Layers consume less feed.

(3) Broilers grow faster. Layers grow slower.

[NOTE: You would realise that point Nos. 2 & 3 (faster growing and more meat) are actually required for the chicken to produce more meat.]

Hope this will help you
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Layers means which are egg giving animals while broilers are meat providing animals
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broilers are reared for meat
layers are reared for egg

 
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broilers are used for meat .layers are used for eggs
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Layers are egg-laying birds, managed for the purpose of getting eggs Broilers are maintained for getting meat.
Layers start producing eggs at the age of 20 weeks. So they are kept for longer period depending upon layering period(approx. 500 days) They are raised upto 6-7 weeks in poultry farms and then sent to market for meat purposes
They require enough space and adequate lighting They require conditions to grow fast and low mortality.
They need restricted and calculated feed with vitamins, minerals and micronutrients. The daily food requirement for broilers is rich in protein and vitamins A and K. The fat should also be adequate
 
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Hi . I hope this answer will help all. Broilers i.Broilers are maintained for getting meat. ii. They require conditions to grow fast and low mortality. iii. Their daily food requirement is rich in protein and vitamin A and K. The fat content also should be adequate. Layers i.Layers are egg-laying birds managed for the purpose of getting eggs. ii. They require enough space and lighting iii. They require restricted and calculated feed with vitamins, minerals and micronutrients.
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The poultry which is raised for obtaining meat is called broilers.
The poultry groomed for obtaining eggs are called layers.
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Broilers are meant to produce meat whereas layers are meant to produce eggs.
Broilers grow faster but layers grow slower.
Broilers consume more food but layers consent more food.
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(1) Broilers are used for their meat. Layers are used for eggs.

(2) Broilers consume more feed. Layers consume less feed.

(3) Broilers grow faster. Layers grow slower.

[NOTE: You would realise that point Nos. 2 & 3 (faster growing and more meat) are actually required for the chicken to produce more meat.]
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Iayers are the poultry bird who lays egg and broilers does not lay egg they are reared for the meat
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layers are maintain for getting eggs while broilers are maintain for getting meat.
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Broilers are used for their meat and layers are used for their eggs.
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Layer means hen that those who lay eggs and broiler is for meat producing hen
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layers are reared to produce eggs and boilers are reared to produce meat
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Layers. Broilers.
1. Used for egg. 1. Used for meat

2. Consume less 2. Consume more food. food.

3. Require less 3. Require more care. care.

4. Grow slower. 4. Grow faster.
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Chikens raised for eggs are called layers and chikens raised for their meat is usually called broilers
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Layers are raised for egg production.
Broilers are raised for the chicken meat.
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Broilers- broiler are produced and sent to market for meat purposes
Layers- layers are produced for egg production
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Layers: The purpose of breeding layers are for egg.
Broilers: The purpose of breeding broilers are for meat.
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Green revolution means increase thethe production of grains due to the various scientific and technolycally
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