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The utilization of lentil by-products in laying hens


, : The utilization of lentil by-products in laying hens. Doga, Turk Veterinerlik ve Hayvanlk Dergisi 15(2): 177-192

For 6 months 200 Hisex-Brown laying hens, 24 weeks old, were fed on diets containing 0, 5, 10 and 15% lentil byproduct. Liveweight, egg production, feed conversion efficiency and egg weight were adversely affected by 15% lentil byproduct. There were no significant differences among groups in specific gravity, shape index, shell breaking strength, albumen index, yolk index, Haugh units, shell thickness, shell weight and shell ash of eggs.

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