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Artificial light-cycle control and improved feed formulation for pheasant production. 3. Effect of Zn and Mn supplementation on growth, feathering and shank length of pheasant chicks



Artificial light-cycle control and improved feed formulation for pheasant production. 3. Effect of Zn and Mn supplementation on growth, feathering and shank length of pheasant chicks



Korean Journal of Animal Sciences 35(5): 391-395



The study was made to improve pheasant starter diets by supplementing them with zinc and manganese. Pheasant chicks were in 4 groups of 35 each and given from 3 days to 4 weeks old a commercial starter diet containing Zn and Mn at 40.5 and 60.7 mg/kg or that diet supplemented with Zn 100 mg/kg, or Mn 100 mg/kg, or Zn and Mn together. Zn and Mn were added as zinc carbonate and manganese chloride, respectively. There were no signs of perosis in any of the groups.

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