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Relative phosphorus requirements of three strains of White Leghorn cockerels



Relative phosphorus requirements of three strains of White Leghorn cockerels



Poultry Science 57(2): 489-491



From hatching to 21 days old 3 strains of White Leghorn cocks got a basal diet with P 0.30 and Ca 0.21% alone or with extra P and Ca none and 0.49, 0.05 and 0.47, 0.10 and 0.57 or 0.15 and 0.61% of diet. There were 4 replicate groups of 8 chickens of each strain to each treatment, and the trial was duplicated. Tibia ash was weighed for 4 of each replicate and results of the 2 trials were combined.

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DOI: 10.3382/ps.0570489


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