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Effect of age and feeding intensity on growth and carcass composition of Muscovy drakes. 2. Effect of feeding intensity on carcass composition


, : Effect of age and feeding intensity on growth and carcass composition of Muscovy drakes. 2. Effect of feeding intensity on carcass composition. Archiv fur Geflugelkunde 49(3): 108-116

Effect of feeding intensity during the starting and final periods and the combined effect or interaction of both, also interaction of age and feeding intensity, were investigated in drakes killed at different ages. Growth pattern was affected more by feeding intensity in the final period. Starting intensity had little effect on carcass characteristics or composition of breast and leg.

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