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Differing calcium and phosphorus content in broiler feeds - ecological aspects on mineral supply



Differing calcium and phosphorus content in broiler feeds - ecological aspects on mineral supply



Lohmann Information (Juli/August): 11-15



In a 6-week 3 x 4 factorial experiment with 960 one-day-old Lohmann broilers, diets contained calcium 7.0, 8.4 and 9.8, total phosphorus (TP) 5.15, 5.75, 6.56 and 7.34 g/kg and available P (aP) 1.4, 2.0, 2.6 and 3.2 g/kg. In a further experiment, all broilers were given for 3 weeks the same diet containing metabolizable energy 13.1 MJ/kg, crude protein 22 g/kg, Ca 9.4 g/kg and TP 6.56 g/kg.

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