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Effects of dietary supplement of methionine and lysine on blood parameters and fur quality in blue fox during low-protein feeding



Effects of dietary supplement of methionine and lysine on blood parameters and fur quality in blue fox during low-protein feeding



Journal of Agricultural Science in Finland, 595: 355-360



Four groups of blue fox (Alopex lagopus) were given diets with 2 protein concentrations from weaning to pelting. The metabolizable energy (ME) from protein was 35 and 30% in the control group and 22 and 18% in 3 low-protein (LP) groups during the early and late growth period, respectively. The LP diets were not supplemented or supplemented with methionine or methionine + lysine. Haematological values, urea and creatinine were lower in all LP groups than in controls.

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