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Experiment on sepiolite supplement in broiler diets



Experiment on sepiolite supplement in broiler diets



Chinese Journal of Animal Science 25(5): 3-6



A total of 1500, 1-day-old broiler chickens randomly divided into 9 groups, were fed on basal diets without (group 1) or with sepiolite 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 0.9, 1.1 or 1.4% (supplemented with microminerals) or 2.0% (supplemented with other microminerals and nutrients) as additives or carrier, or supplemented with another additive (group 9) up to 56 days old. At 4 weeks old, 4 roosters of each group were used to measure energy metabolism rate and metabolic energy by the forced feeding method.

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