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Requirements of turkeys kept on the ground in respect of the energy and crude protein content of the mixed feed. 1. Starting phase



Requirements of turkeys kept on the ground in respect of the energy and crude protein content of the mixed feed. 1. Starting phase



Archiv fur Tierernahrung 30(4): 373-380



1. In 4 experiments involving a total of 9500 turkeys of both sexes from 1 day until 6 weeks old, the effects of dietary levels of 500, 550 or 600 EFh units (EFh = 14.6 kJ net energy/kg feed) and 3 levels of crude protein in the diet (250, 300 and 350 g/kg feed) were evaluated.

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