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Barley as a poultry feed


, : Barley as a poultry feed. Muhle + Mischfuttertechnik 131(48): 667-670

Utilization of barley in feed mixtures for growing poultry (broilers, turkey poults, Muscovy ducklings and goslings) is severely limited by the antinutritional effects of beta -glucan. It is recommended that untreated barley should not be included in any starter diets. Older poultry from 3 to 4 weeks old tolerate 20-30% barley in feed mixtures, provided there are no other cereals such as rye, or triticale are included.

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