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Different amounts of vitamin E and antioxidant supplementation in diets for laying hens



Different amounts of vitamin E and antioxidant supplementation in diets for laying hens



Archiv fur Tierernahrung 35(10): 707-714



In 2 trials from age 22 to 73 weeks 1250 White Leghorn hens were given freely, then with slight restriction, feed based on cereals, with soyabean oilmeal, fish meal, yeast, green meal or not, minerals and other additives. The diets in the 2 trials, containing vitamin E at 8.0 and 10.9 mg/kg, were supplied alone or with supplementary vitamin, at 1.5 or 6 mg/kg, and with or without antioxidant.

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