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Requirements for calcium and phosphorus by fattening geese up to 56 days old



Requirements for calcium and phosphorus by fattening geese up to 56 days old



Zivocisna Vyroba 25(10): 781-788



From 1 day until 56 days of age, 140 female and 20 male geese were given feed mixtures comprising only vegetable material supplemented with DL-methionine. Diets had calcium 1.0 or 0.8%, each with total phosphorus 0.8 or 0.6%. There was no significant difference among groups in rate of gain, feed intake and efficiency of conversion, proportion of ash in the fat-free DM of tibia or in content of Ca and P in this ash.

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