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Response of laying hens to a new metabolite of vitamin D



Response of laying hens to a new metabolite of vitamin D



Arkansas Farm Research 26(4): 2



The 200 hens were from a commercial laying flock producing thin-shelled eggs though there was no obvious disease or deficiency. The diet included a commercial vitamin mixture providing cholecalciferol 1250 icu/lb. Four groups of 50 hens got laying diets of maize and soya bean oilmeal that met or exceeded their requirements, supplemented with commercial vitamin mixture to the same extent as their accustomed commercial diet. After 1 week, eggs were collected for 3 consecutive days.

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