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Effects of pre-laying dietary calcium and phosphorus levels on growth and subsequent laying performance of pullets



Effects of pre-laying dietary calcium and phosphorus levels on growth and subsequent laying performance of pullets



6th European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition, World' s Poultry Science Association, 11-15 October 1987, Konigslutter: E18-E25



This paper considers the effects of calcium and phosphorus intake on mortality and growth performance of pullets, and sexual maturity, subsequent performance and egg shell quality.

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