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Calcium, phosphorus, manganese and zinc retention in broilers given maize and sorghum based diets with different energy and protein levels



Calcium, phosphorus, manganese and zinc retention in broilers given maize and sorghum based diets with different energy and protein levels



Haryana Agricultural University Journal of Research 15(2): 125-132



In a 4 x 2 x 2 factorial arrangement 32 groups of 32 chickens initially weighing 50 g and 1 day old were given diets based on maize or sorghum with protein at 20, 22, 24 or 26% during the 6-week starting period and at 17, 19, 21 or 23% during the 4-week finishing period; metabolizable energy:protein ratios were from 130 to 155:1 or 145 to 170:1. Balance trials for calcium, phosphorus, manganese and zinc were made at weeks 5 and 9.

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