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Effect of volume-weight on apparent ileal and excreta amino acid digestibility and feeding value of barley for poultry



Effect of volume-weight on apparent ileal and excreta amino acid digestibility and feeding value of barley for poultry



Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences 10(4): 671-685



The effect of volume-weight (from 53.4 to 71.5 kg/hl) on the apparent excreta digestibility (AED) of nutrients and apparent nitrogen corrected metabolizable energy value (AMEn) of barley were investigated. A total of 185 Ross broiler chickens (age 22 days) and 36 adult Leghorn cockerels were used in the study. The apparent ileal (AID) and AED of amino acids were determined for broilers.

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