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Evaluation of different enzyme mixtures and doses in broiler diets based on wheat and barley



Evaluation of different enzyme mixtures and doses in broiler diets based on wheat and barley



Vitamine und weitere Zusatzstoffe bei Mensch und Tier: 4 Symposium 309/01101993 Jena Thuringen: 399-402



8 enzyme mixtures with xylanase/ beta -glucanase or xylanase/ beta -glucanase proteinase in different doses were given to male broilers fed on a basal wheat-barley diet for 35 days. Liveweight and feed conversion efficiency were improved in all enzyme groups. Broilers given diets with xylanase, beta -glucanase and proteinase increased gain by 7 to 9% and feed conversion efficiency by 4.5 to 6.5%, compared with the placebo group given an enzyme premix only.

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