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Response of broiler chickens to increased methionine and lysine to metabolizable energy ratio in low-protein, vegetable concentrate feeds



Response of broiler chickens to increased methionine and lysine to metabolizable energy ratio in low-protein, vegetable concentrate feeds



Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczej we Wrocawiu (150): 51-62



Broiler chickens in 5 groups of 380 were fed on complete starting and finishing feeds containing fish meal, with crude protein 21 and 18%, for 4 groups reduced to 17.5 and 15%, with plant protein only and supplemented with methionine or lysine. Liveweight at 8 weeks old was with fish meal 1799, with plant protein only 1608, and supplemented with methionine, 0.15, 0.28 and 0.41 in starting and 0.12, 0.23 and 0.34% in finishing feeds, 1653, 1738 and 1625 g.

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