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High protein mashes for broilers



High protein mashes for broilers



Poultry Sci 23(1): 67-71



Single-Comb White Leghorn cockerels were fed mashes containing approx. 30% protein for 1-8 weeks and compared with cockerels reared on a 20% mash. The birds started on the high-protein mash grew more rapidly during the first week only but maintained their advantage in weight up to 8 wks. of age. The broilers fed the higher-protein mash utilized their feed more efficiently, as shown by the ratio of gain/feed, but only so long as they were fed the higher-protein mash, than the birds fed the lower-protein mash. Starting the broilers for 1-4 wks. on the higher protein mash increased receipts over feed cost per bird.

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DOI: 10.3382/ps.0230067


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