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Effects of dietary concentration of sulphated amino acids on the reproductive performance of broiler breeding hens



Effects of dietary concentration of sulphated amino acids on the reproductive performance of broiler breeding hens



Rapport d' Activite, Centre de Recherches Agronomiques de l' Etat, Gand: ; 158-159



1200 broiler breeding hens were fed rations containing 13.5 or 15.5% crude protein and 0.25-0.4% methionine. Increasing methionine concentration in the ration was associated with increasing egg production only for hens on the 13.5%-protein diet. Egg weight was, on average, 1 g greater for hens on the 15.5%-protein diet than for those on the 13.5%-protein diet. Methionine concentration did not affect egg weight at either dietary protein level.

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