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Effects of dietary non-phytate phosphorus levels and supplemental phytase on the growth, bone performance and phosphorus excretion of Taiwan native chickens



Effects of dietary non-phytate phosphorus levels and supplemental phytase on the growth, bone performance and phosphorus excretion of Taiwan native chickens



Journal of the Chinese Society of Animal Science 32(1): 1-14



Eight-hundred 1-day-old Taiwan Taishi Meat No. 13 native chickens were randomly divided into 8 dietary treatments with 4 replicated floor pens and 25 chickens per pen per group. There were 4 non-phytate phosphorus (NPP) levels and two phytase levels in each of the three growth phases (0-4 weeks, 5-8 weeks and 9-14 weeks), constituting a 4x2 factorial group arrangement. In each growth period, growth and bone parameters, serum phosphorus concentration and phosphorus excretion were measured.

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