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Effects of dietary betaine and energy levels on liver fats and cholesterol in laying hens


Effects of dietary betaine and energy levels on liver fats and cholesterol in laying hens



Korean Journal of Poultry Science 32(3): 149-156



Two experiments were conducted to examine the effects of betaine intake on the blood and yolk cholesterol, abdominal fat, liver fat, tissue triglyceride (TG) and liver HMG-CoA reductase in laying hens. In experiment I, a total of 72 ISA Brown laying hens were individually assigned into 4 treatments from 18-21 weeks old. Maize-soyabean meal based diet was fed with the addition of 0, 300, 600 and 1200 ppm.

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