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Estimation of metabolizable energy values of some feedstuffs for poultry


, : Estimation of metabolizable energy values of some feedstuffs for poultry. Turk Veterinerlik ve Hayvanclk Dergisi 18(3): 139-145

The apparent and true ME values of full-fat soyabean, meat and bone meal, fish meal and blood meal were estimated using 40 adult Hisex-Brown cockerels aged 27 weeks. The cockerels were kept in individual wire cages. Each experiment consisted of a 48-h preliminary fasting period followed by a 48-h collection period. After the preliminary fast, cockerels were fed 40 g of each feedstuff by tube. Endogenous excreta were measured after a dose of 50 g glucose instead of a test feedstuff.

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