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Protein and sulfur amino acid requirements of Brown Dwarf layers. I. Feeding experiment






Chinese Journal of Animal Science 32(4): 25-27

Protein and sulfur amino acid requirements of Brown Dwarf layers. I. Feeding experiment

Two hundred and seventy Brown Dwarf layers were assigned to 9 groups and fed on maize-soyabean diets (11.5 MJ/kg ME) containing 16.52, 17.29 or 18.17% protein, and 0.62, 0.66 or 0.7% sulfur amino acid in a 3 x 3 factorial design, from 22 to 60 weeks of age. Layers fed on 16.52% protein and 0.66% sulfur amino acid had the highest laying rate of 69.9%, egg production of 38.02 g and egg shell thickness of 342.83 mm.

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