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Effect of replacement of non-phytate phosphorus with phytate phosphorus and phytase supplementation on layers' performance



Effect of replacement of non-phytate phosphorus with phytate phosphorus and phytase supplementation on layers' performance



Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 71(5): 491-492



The study was conducted to optimize utilization of phytate phosphorus (PP) in layer diets using the enzyme phytase and thereby reduce the feed cost and environmental pollution. 2700 layers (64 weeks-old) were grouped in 3 of 900 chickens and were fed 3 diets having 0.3 (without phytase), 0.2 and 0.1% non phytate phosphorus (NPP) with a constant 0.65% total phosphorus (TP). Rice polishing and deoiled rice bran were used as major sources of PP in the diets.

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