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Comparative study on replacing fish meal by plant protein sources in diets of growing turkey chicks 2. effect of replacing fish meal by soybean meal on growing turkey chicks



Comparative study on replacing fish meal by plant protein sources in diets of growing turkey chicks 2. effect of replacing fish meal by soybean meal on growing turkey chicks



Annals of Agricultural Science 31(2): 1623-1634



Four nutritional treatments were fed to eight groups of turkey chicks, each group contained 20 birds. Each nutritional treatment was fed to two groups of birds. In the four nutritional treatments, soybean meal protein replaced 0, 50, 75 and 100% respectively of fish meal protein. The fourth which its fish meal was replaced completely by soybean meal was fortified with 0.07 and 0.11% of L-Lysine and DL-methionine respectively. The four experimental rations were isoenergetic and isonitrogenous. Results showed that there were no significant differences in body weights at 4 and 8 weeks as a result of the nutritional treatments. Efficiency of feed utilization from 1 to 8 weeks were 0.488, 0.473, 0.468 and 0.440 for the four nutritional treatments respectively, the corresponding values for feed conversion were 2,046, 2.112, 2.134 and 2.268. It can be concluded that replacing fish meal by soybean meal in the rations of growing turkeys did not affect body weight but adversely affected both efficiency of feed utilization and feed conversion.

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