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Fats in the nutrition of birds






Ptitsevodstvo (9): 34-38

Fats in the nutrition of birds

The biological role of fats in poultry nutrition is reviewed. Plant fat sources include products from processing of seeds of oil plants among which are sunflower oil, soyabean oil and maize oil; and also by-products, such as phosphatides, soapstock and fuz (a by-product from clarification of butter). Factors which define fat utilization by poultry are discussed, among them is the ratio of saturated to unsaturated (S:U) fatty acids.

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