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Effect of different nitrogen fertilizing of potatoes on their feeding value in the form of meal in diets for young broiler ducks


Acta Academiae Agriculturae ac Technicae Olstenensis, Zootechnica ( 37): 109-119
Effect of different nitrogen fertilizing of potatoes on their feeding value in the form of meal in diets for young broiler ducks
Potatoes from plots fertilized with nitrogen 0, 40, 80, 120, 160 and 200 kg/ha were dehydrated. 240 Pekin ducks in 6 groups from 0 to 3 weeks old were fed on a standard diet containing 16.6% crude protein (CP) and metabolizable energy 11.32 MJ/kg. From 7 to 8 weeks old ducks in 6 groups corresponding to potato fertilization levels, were assigned to 2 subgroups and given complete diets containing 25 (A) or 80% potato meal (B) (as the only source of dietary protein).


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