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Effect of raising dietary protein, amino acids and/or energy levels as an attempt to alleviate severity of the chronic aflatoxicosis by broiler chicks. 1. Performance and toxicity symptoms



Effect of raising dietary protein, amino acids and/or energy levels as an attempt to alleviate severity of the chronic aflatoxicosis by broiler chicks. 1. Performance and toxicity symptoms



Archiv für Tierernahrung 46(4): 339-345



Broilers given feeds containing aflatoxins 50 mg/kg were supplemented with 2.6% protein, ME 0.54 MJ/kg, 0.5% DL-methionine plus 0.5% L-lysine, or all these, or were unsupplemented controls given an uncontaminated diet for 6 weeks, followed by 2 weeks on the uncontaminated diet. Improving the energy supply ameliorated the negative effects of aflatoxins on feed conversion efficiency, dressing percentage and organ weights.

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