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Effect of eliminating meat-and-bone meal from diets on performance of broiler chickens



Effect of eliminating meat-and-bone meal from diets on performance of broiler chickens



Roczniki Naukowe Zootechniki 29(2): 83-90



Six hundred (n=600) Ross broilers were assigned to 4 groups in 2 replications each of 75 chickens. Half of the chickens received a starter diet with 4% meat and bone meal and the other half without the meal. From 21 days of age, chickens were fed isoenergetic grower diets (12.78 MJ ME/kg) containing 18 or 20% crude protein and 0 or 4% meat and bone meal. At 3 weeks of age, chickens given no meat and bone meal were 2.2% heavier (P<0.05).

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