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Trema micrantha in the ration of commercial egg laying hens

, : Trema micrantha in the ration of commercial egg laying hens. Acta Amazonica 10(3): 697-699

The effect of dried T. micrantha at levels of 0.0, 2.0, 4.0, 6.0 and 8.0% in hen diets was studied. No statistical differences were observed between the treatments. The diet with 4% dried Trema did not change hen performance. Data on egg yolk color demonstrated that trema dried meal was a source of xanthophyll, increasing the egg yolk color, according to the following equation: Y = 8.5 + 0.4x, where y = egg yolk color and x = percentage of trema in the diet.

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