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Studies on the availability of phytin phosphorus in broiler chicks. 2. Effects of various phosphorus sources and supplemental levels of organic phosphorus on calcium and phosphorus levels of bone and serum in broiler chicks



Studies on the availability of phytin phosphorus in broiler chicks. 2. Effects of various phosphorus sources and supplemental levels of organic phosphorus on calcium and phosphorus levels of bone and serum in broiler chicks



Korean Journal of Animal Sciences 28(3): 153-159



Broiler chicks, initially 3 days old, were fed on 8 different diets containing no supplemental phosphorus, dicalcium phosphate (DCP), 3 levels of phytic acid, and 3 levels of Ca-Mg phytate. Birds with longer tibia and femur had heavier final body weight. Increasing the level of dietary P increased the contents of Ca, P and total ash in tibia and femur, but the sources of P did not affect bone values. Femur ash was closely correlated with femur P content.

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