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Determination of essential amino acid digestibility of feed ingredients for ducks: soyabean meal, full-fat soyabeans, meat and bone meal, fish meal, and feather meal



Determination of essential amino acid digestibility of feed ingredients for ducks: soyabean meal, full-fat soyabeans, meat and bone meal, fish meal, and feather meal



Journal of the Chinese Society of Animal Science 28(4): 427-436



The amino acid digestibility of feed ingredients such as soyabean meal, full-fat soyabean, meat and bone meal, fish meal and feather meal, for mule ducks was investigated. After starvation for 24 h, each duck received 40 g of each ingredient by force-feeding. Five ducks that did not receive any feed were used as controls for collecting endogenous amino acids. The excreta of force-fed and control ducks were collected for 48 h, dried and ground for amino acid analysis.

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