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Estimation of the true metabolizable energy in poultry feeds


, : Estimation of the true metabolizable energy in poultry feeds. Krmiva 33(10/12): 203-212

A method is described for estimating the true metabolizable energy (TME) in poultry feeds, and published results are reviewed.

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