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Autolysates of non-edible capelin in diets for laying hens



Autolysates of non-edible capelin in diets for laying hens



Intensifikatsiya kormoproizvodstva i ratsional' noe kormlenie sel' skokhozyaistvennyk zhivotnyk v tsentral' nom raione Nechernozemnoi zony: 29-31



Laying hens were given a diet in which 3% of fish meal was replaced by an autolysate from non-edible capelin.

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