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Effect of starch type, total beta -glucans and acid detergent fiber levels on the energy content of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) for poultry and swine

Effect of starch type, total beta -glucans and acid detergent fiber levels on the energy content of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) for poultry and swine

Canadian Journal of Animal Science 74(4): 679-686

Processed barley mixtures with different levels of ADF and total beta -glucans, and different starch types, were produced by differential pearling and milling of Steptoe barley. The barley mixtures were fed to adult Leghorn roosters to determine DM digestibility (DMD) and true ME (TME) contents for poultry. DMD and DE contents of the same barley mixtures were determined for pigs using 3 duodenally cannulated pigs and the mobile nylon bag technique.

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