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Bioavailability of copper from tribasic copper chloride, copper amino acid chelate or copper proteinate for broilers



Bioavailability of copper from tribasic copper chloride, copper amino acid chelate or copper proteinate for broilers



Acta Zoonutrimenta Sinica 13(1): 54-58



468 one-day-old Ross male broilers fed a maize-soyabean meal diet with added copper sulfate (CuSO4) as a basal diet were used to investigate the bioavailability of Cu from tribasic copper chloride (TBCC), copper amino acid chelate (CuAA) or copper proteinate (CuPro) in a three-week trail. Three levels of each CuSO4, TBCC, CuAA and CuPro added to the basal diet were 150, 300 or 450 mg/kg Cu, respectively.

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