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Effect of phytase supplementation on the performance of broilers grown to market weights


Effect of phytase supplementation on the performance of broilers grown to market weights



Veterinary Medical Journal Giza 51(3): 343-354



ISSN/ISBN: 1110-1423

An experiment was conducted using day-old Hubbard broilers to study the effect of microbial phytase on the performance of broilers in a commercial farm for 39 days. The control diet, adequate in non-phytate phosphorus (0.5%), was fed to one house with 14 751 birds. The experimental diet (low in non-phytate phosphorus 0.4%) was fed to another house of 15 345 birds, after being modified using the matrix values for Ronozyme (phytase).

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