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The effect of cold pelleting on the true metabolizable energy values of cereal grains fed to adult roosters and a comparison of observed with predicted metabolizable energy values


The effect of cold pelleting on the true metabolizable energy values of cereal grains fed to adult roosters and a comparison of observed with predicted metabolizable energy values



Poultry Science 55(3): 970-974



ISSN/ISBN: 0032-5791

DOI: 10.3382/ps.0550970

Cocks were given 4 samples each of wheat, oats or barley, each either whole or pelleted. Pelleting increased the true metabolizable energy of wheat by 3.5% and of barley by 0.9% and decreased that of oats by 3.5%. Analysis of variance showed that much of the variation was associated with the cultivars and the interaction between cultivars and form of grain was significant. Compared with previously obtained apparent ME values the true values were always higher.

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