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Study on the nutritive value of poultry manure, hog manure and cattle manure fermentative feeds for the broiler chicks






Journal of the Taiwan Livestock Research 10(2): 227-244

Study on the nutritive value of poultry manure, hog manure and cattle manure fermentative feeds for the broiler chicks

The fermented feeds were made with poultry, pig or cattle excreta 60%, green sweet potato vines 20% and rice bran 20%, with water to give 50% moisture. The mixtures were kept at room temperature for 5 days then were dried. Two sets of 4 groups of chickens were given different basal diets (not described in summary) or had 85% of the basal and 15% of one of the fermented feeds. Final weights with only the basal diets were 1827 and 1837 g.


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