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Crude protein content of feeds of animal origin (meat meal, meat-and-bone meal and fish meal) reaching the laboratory of the Bornova Veterinary Control and Research Institute



Crude protein content of feeds of animal origin (meat meal, meat-and-bone meal and fish meal) reaching the laboratory of the Bornova Veterinary Control and Research Institute



Etlik Veteriner Mikrobiyoloji Enstitusu Dergisi 6(1): 117-126



Mean crude protein (MCP) contents of Turkish feeds of animal origin were estimated. MCP values for bone meal were 17%, blood meal 64.1%, meat-and-fish meal 52.7%, meat-and-bone meal 34.9% and fish meal 66.6%.

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