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Different amounts of feather meal and poultry droppings as a protein source to replace fish meal in feeding meat chickens



Different amounts of feather meal and poultry droppings as a protein source to replace fish meal in feeding meat chickens



Rumipamba 1(2): 29-37



Groups of 20 Hybro chickens were given from one day to 8 weeks old a diet based on maize and other cereals with 10% fish meal or 5, 10, 15 or 20% organic residue meal (hydrolysed feather meal 60, poultry droppings 20 and chaff 20%).

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