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Possibility of reducing protein supply to fattening guineafowl by giving supplements of lysine and methionine



Possibility of reducing protein supply to fattening guineafowl by giving supplements of lysine and methionine



Annales de Zootechnie 26(2): 243-253



Guineafowl were given a diet based on maize and soya bean oilmeal, supplying from 4 to 8 weeks old 6 different amounts of protein, range 13.4 to 18.3%, with constant amounts of lysine and S amino acids by supplements of L-lysine and DL-methionine. From 8 to 12 weeks protein was from 9.6 to 14.9% and lysine and S amino acids were the same in all diets. In the 2nd trial, protein was from 4 to 8 weeks 14.7 to 18.4% and only DL-methionine was added.

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