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Effects of feeding mash and pelleted diets on broiler performance in summer months under Bangladesh conditions



Effects of feeding mash and pelleted diets on broiler performance in summer months under Bangladesh conditions



Bangladesh Veterinarian 15(1/2): 23-27



Liveweight gain, feed intake, feed conversion ratio, feed cost, survival and dressing yield were investigated in a study on 180 (7 days of age) broiler chickens fed ad libitum on a starter diet (0-5 weeks of age) containing 22-23% CP, 2850-2900 kcal ME/kg in mash or crumble form. In the finishing period (6-7 weeks of age) they were fed on a diet containing 19-20% CP and 2900-2950 kcal ME/kg in mash or pelleted form.

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