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Effect of feed mixtures containing raw rapeseeds in feeding chickens on their growth and successive laying performance



Effect of feed mixtures containing raw rapeseeds in feeding chickens on their growth and successive laying performance



Roczniki Naukowe Zootechniki, Monografie i Rozprawy 29: 217-227



From 1 day old, 2100 Astra S chicks were fed for 4 weeks on a standard feed mixture then from 5 to 20 weeks old the diets were as follows. Groups 1 and 2 (control) from 5 to 9 weeks were given standard DKM-1 and DKM-2 mixtures. In groups 3-5 from 5 weeks old diets E, F and G were fed, without maize, with half of soyabean oilmeal replaced by 5% raw rapeseed (cv. 00 Jantar); diets F and G were supplemented with 2% tallow or fox fat.

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