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Effect of feeding different levels of dietary phosphorus on carcass quality and utilization of calcium and phosphorus in broiler chicks



Effect of feeding different levels of dietary phosphorus on carcass quality and utilization of calcium and phosphorus in broiler chicks



Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology 4(2): 171-178



An experiment was conducted to evaluate the carcass quality and utilization of calcium and phosphorus in broiler chicks fed diets with 0.20, 0.25, 0.30, 0.35, 0.40, 0.45, 0.50 and 0.55% available phosphorus from 0-46 days of age. It was shown that the carcass quality traits (preslaughter liveweight, percent shrinkage loss due to fasting, dressing yield, evisceration yield, gizzard, heart and liver) did not differ significantly due to different levels of dietary P.

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