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Studies on the availability of phytin phosphorus in broiler chicks. 1. Effects of various phosphorus sources and supplemental levels of organic phosphorus on growing performance and nutrient utilization in broiler chicks



Studies on the availability of phytin phosphorus in broiler chicks. 1. Effects of various phosphorus sources and supplemental levels of organic phosphorus on growing performance and nutrient utilization in broiler chicks



Korean Journal of Animal Sciences 28(3): 146-152



A total of 252 broiler chicks, initially 3 days old, were given diets containing dicalcium phosphate (DCP), 3 levels of phytic acid and 3 levels of Ca-Mg-phytate Increasing amounts of phytic acid improved weight gain which was greater in magnitude than with the other supplements which had similar effects. Mortality in groups was similar.

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