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Effect of fox fat additive to feed mixtures for growing pullet chicks on their laying performance



Effect of fox fat additive to feed mixtures for growing pullet chicks on their laying performance



Roczniki Naukowe Zootechniki 18(1-2): 207-218



From 0 to 20 weeks, 2100 Astra S chickens were given commercial feed mixtures or local feed mixtures supplemented with 0 or 2% fox fat. From 21 to 64 weeks old all hens received commercial feed mixture. Fox fat supplements had no significant effect on body weight at 20 weeks old, decreased total feed intake compared with unsupplemented groups (9.080 vs. 9342 kg) and improved feed conversion efficiency.

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