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Different protein levels in broiler finisher diets and their effect in protein and energy utilization



Different protein levels in broiler finisher diets and their effect in protein and energy utilization



Journal of the Egyptian Veterinary Medical Association 44(3): 109-119



Finishing diets of 18, 20, 22 or 24% crude protein comprising equal amounts of cottonseed oilmeal and groundnut oilmeal were given to 230 crossbred chickens for 3-4 weeks in summer and winter. Feed:gain ratio was highest for males and females given the 18%-protein diet in winter. Males had lower feed:gain than had females in both seasons (P<0.001).

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