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A note on the performance of assaf male lambs reared intensively on an all concentrate diet with herring meal or toasted soybean meal as the main protein source



A note on the performance of assaf male lambs reared intensively on an all concentrate diet with herring meal or toasted soybean meal as the main protein source



Animal Production 26(3): 331-334



Assaf intact male lambs (35) were divided into 3 groups and offered an all-concentrate pelleted diet based on barley and maize and supplemented with either toasted soybean meal, herring meal or toasted soybean meal plus methionine to contain 20% crude protein. The live-weight gains to a slaughter weight of 57 kg were 425, 440 and 394 g/day, and the feed conversion ratios were 3.12, 3.07 and 3.38 kg dry matter/kg gain, respectively. With toasted soybean meal as the protein supplement, it is possible to obtain high growth rates that do not differ significantly from those obtained with herring meal.

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DOI: 10.1017/S0003356100040940



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