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Possibility of reducing protein feeds in diets for broiler chickens by varying the energy: protein ratio at different ages. 1. Feeds with soya bean oilmeal as the protein component



Possibility of reducing protein feeds in diets for broiler chickens by varying the energy: protein ratio at different ages. 1. Feeds with soya bean oilmeal as the protein component



Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 14(3): 81-89



1. To 14 days old, 3 groups of 48 White Plymouth Rock chickens had 21.5% protein in the feed and thereafter gradual reductions every 2 weeks till they were 56 days old. Another group had 21.5% in the starting and 20.0% in the finishing period. Soya bean oilmeal was the main source of protein.

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