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Effect of various levels of poultry excreta in supplementary concentrate mixtures for Nali lambs on nutrient digestibility and nitrogen utilization



Effect of various levels of poultry excreta in supplementary concentrate mixtures for Nali lambs on nutrient digestibility and nitrogen utilization



Haryana Agricultural University Journal of Research 8(4): 291-295



For 16 weeks 5 groups of 6 Nali lambs were provided with lucerne hay and water to appetite and a concentrate in which the groundnut oilmeal of the control feed was replaced at 100, 75, 50 or 25% by autoclaved poultry excreta making up 27, 20, 14 or 7% of the concentrate.

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