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Mixed feeds with increased amounts of protein and energy for broiler chickens reared separately by sex



Mixed feeds with increased amounts of protein and energy for broiler chickens reared separately by sex



Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 14(3): 90-97



In 2 trials with 1600 hybrid fattening chickens, reared separately according to sex, the mixed feeds in the starting and finishing periods had up to 26.5 and 21.9% protein and metabolizable energy up to 3052 and 3198 kcal/kg. Increase of protein or energy, compared with control standards, increased liveweight at 56 days old, especially for males, and reduced feed required for unit gain.

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