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Physicochemical content, metabolizable energy and in-vitro protein digestibility of wheat screening diet and its effect on the growth rate of broilers

Physicochemical content, metabolizable energy and in-vitro protein digestibility of wheat screening diet and its effect on the growth rate of broilers

International Journal of Poultry Science 4(1): 11-15

ISSN/ISBN: 1682-8356

The physical composition of two types of wheat screenings (WS) was determined using a seed sorting system. More straw, sand, dust and soil with no cereal seed were observed in WS grad 2 compared with WS grad 1. The metabolizable energy of wheat screenings was also estimated using Sibbaled method. Results showed significantly greater metabolizable energy content in WS grad 1 compared to WS grad 2 (2992.51 vs. 2212.72 kcal/kg).

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