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Sorghum in mixed feeds for pigs and poultry. 2. Part replacement of maize in mixed feeds for broiler chickens



Sorghum in mixed feeds for pigs and poultry. 2. Part replacement of maize in mixed feeds for broiler chickens



Zhivotnov' dni Nauki 26(4): 65-69



In a balance experiment with 12 male broiler chickens digestibility of protein, lysine and essential amino acids in yellow sorghum with a low tannin content was 82.07, 53.06 and 75.54 compared with 80.84, 69.76 and 78.60% in maize. Mean final weight of 2552 broiler chickens in 2 groups given diets without or with sorghum 20% partly replacing maize for 53 days was 1407 and 1394 g, respectively. Feed intake was 2.422 and 2.406 kg/kg gain. Differences were not significant.

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