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Comparison of normal and high available phosphorus corn with and without phytase supplementation in diets for male large white turkeys grown to market weights


Comparison of normal and high available phosphorus corn with and without phytase supplementation in diets for male large white turkeys grown to market weights



International Journal of Poultry Science 2(2): 83-90



ISSN/ISBN: 1682-8356

Large White turkeys were fed diets containing either normal yellow dent corn (YDC) or a corn mutation containing low phytate phosphorus and high available phosphate corn (HAPC). Diets were considered nutritionally adequate in all respects with various degrees of reduction in available phosphorus content (-0.0, -0.05, -0.10 or -0.15% of NRC (1994) recommendations for different feeding periods).

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