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Effect of enzyme feed supplement on commercial broilers

, : Effect of enzyme feed supplement on commercial broilers. Proceedings, 19th World' s Poultry Congress, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 20-24 September 1992 Volume 2: 485-487

For 52 days 1840 commercial broilers were fed on diets supplemented without or with Natuzyme Plus 0.5 kg/t, an enzyme preparation containing cellulase, protease, xylanase, beta -glucanase and alpha -amylase activities. Supplemented broilers had a 4.79% improvement in body weight compared with controls. Feed intake was 3.675 and 4.5 kg and feed conversion efficiency 2.58 and 3.3 in treated and control broilers, respectively.

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