One of the potential approaches to advance the profitable execution of poultry is through the physicalprocessing of fixings, which can improve the utilization of supplements in these creatures. In this unique situation, thisstudy was to assess the impacts of various corn molecule sizes in slims down on the beneficial performanceand egg nature of semi-substantial laying hens. Sixty bare neck laying hens were utilized from 24 weeks of ageand conveyed in a totally randomized plan. Exploratory eating regimens in various medicines containedcorn grain ground into sifters with a distance across of 2, 4, or 8 mm to furnish corn particles with a geometricmean width (GMD) of 605 (fine), 1,030 (medium), and 2,280mm (coarse), individually. The feed andleftovers were gauged day by day all through the exploratory period to decide the feed admission and feedconversion. Diverse corn molecule sizes didn't influence any part of the beneficial presentation of hens,except for feed consumption. Hens fedfine and medium corn particles displayed higher qualities for egg yolkcolor, eggshell weight, and eggshell thickness. It is proposed that semi-weighty laying hens ought to be fedmash eats less carbs containing corn particles with GMD from 605 to 1,030mm, in light of the fact that coarse corn particles causea adverse consequence on eggshell quality.