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Metabolizable energy values of some poultry feeds determined by various methods and their estimation using metabolizability of the dry matter



Metabolizable energy values of some poultry feeds determined by various methods and their estimation using metabolizability of the dry matter



Poultry Science 55(4): 1335-1342



Metabolizable energy (ME) values of 12 US feedstuffs and 10 Korean feed ingredients for poultry were estimated by the total collection method and by the chromic oxide indicator method. ME values of most poultry feedstuffs can be measured accurately by either method. Limitation of feed intake to almost maintenance level (about 60% of free intake) did not increase or decrease the ME value of the feeds.

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DOI: 10.3382/ps.0551335


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