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Studies on the efficient utilization of feed protein by laying hens. 5. Response to lysine supplementation by laying hens in the early stage of lay fed practical diets



Studies on the efficient utilization of feed protein by laying hens. 5. Response to lysine supplementation by laying hens in the early stage of lay fed practical diets



Japanese Poultry Science 18(6): 356-359



From 24 until 36 weeks of age, White Leghorn hens were given a diet of yellow maize 68.3, soya bean meal 14.0, defatted rice bran 6.5, calcium carbonate 6.0, lucerne meal 3.0, methionine 0.06%, minerals and vitamins. This diet had crude protein 13.7%, metabolizable energy 2.7 kcal/g and lysine 0.61% and was given with supplementary L-lysine at 0, 0.1, 0.2 or 0.25%.

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