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Replacement of maize by wheat and barley grain in diets for broiler chickens



Replacement of maize by wheat and barley grain in diets for broiler chickens



Izvestiya Timiryazevskoi Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Akademii (3): 131-136



From 1 to 56 days old groups of White Plymouth Rock chickens were given to appetite a diet with maize 37 and 40, wheat 16 and 20 and barley 3.0 and 9.7% during the 2 growth periods, or diets with wheat, barley and grass meal partly or completely replacing maize. Metabolizable energy was balanced by addition of fats to the diet. There was no difference in liveweight at 56 days among groups.

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