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Protein and vitamin E levels for broiler breed hens. 1. Effects on broiler breed performance, egg composition and performance of their progeny



Protein and vitamin E levels for broiler breed hens. 1. Effects on broiler breed performance, egg composition and performance of their progeny



Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinaria e Zootecnia 51(2): 183-192



The effects of 14 and 16% CP and vitamin E 25 and 250 mg/kg diet on the performance and egg composition of broiler breeder hens and on the performance of their progeny during the laying period (24 to 54 weeks of age) were studied. Thus 480 female and 48 male Ross breeder 18-week-old birds were randomly distributed in 16 floor pens, with 30 females and three males in each one. The diets were based on maize and soyabean meal, and all were isoenergetic (2750 kcal ME/kg).

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