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Possible reduction of protein components in feeds for broiler chickens by differentiated protein feeding at different ages. 1. Maximum use of maize in feeds



Possible reduction of protein components in feeds for broiler chickens by differentiated protein feeding at different ages. 1. Maximum use of maize in feeds



Zhivotnovudni Nauki 11(5): 79-88



1. Four groups of 56 White Plymouth Rock chickens got diets based on maize with different proportions of protein. Bodyweight gain was normal up to 2 weeks of age with protein 20.63%; from 2 to 4 weeks with 19.19%; from 4 to 6 weeks with 17.40% and for 6 to 8 weeks with 15.62%. Utilisation of metabolisable energy (ME) from feed was 18% greater with the specified protein contents than on the present standard diet, which has protein 21 to 22% for starters and 19 to 20% for finishers.

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