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Dietary energy and crude protein levels of Hetian chicken


Dietary energy and crude protein levels of Hetian chicken



Fujian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 16(1): 42-48



A trial with an orthogonal design method was conducted to determine the metabolizable energy and crude protein level of Hetian chicks. The male and female chickens were randomly divided into 9 experimental groups and fed in 4 phases (16 weeks). The results of feeding trials showed that sex and age affected the optimum energy and crude protein levels. The nutritional level of diet had a significant effect on body weight and daily gain (P<0.05).

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