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The utilization of food elements by growing chicks. 4. Meat meal and fish meal compared with meat meal, fish meal, and soybean meal as protein concentrates. (Univ. Nebraska Agric. Exp. Stat. Res. Bulls. No. 97)



The utilization of food elements by growing chicks. 4. Meat meal and fish meal compared with meat meal, fish meal, and soybean meal as protein concentrates. (Univ. Nebraska Agric. Exp. Stat. Res. Bulls. No. 97)



The utilization of food elements by growing chicks. 4. Meat meal and fish meal compared with meat meal, fish meal, and soybean meal as protein concentrates, Univ. Nebraska Agric. Exp. Stat., Feb. 7



When one-third of the meatmeal and fishmeal of the control ration of growing chicks was replaced by soya bean meal, live weight gain and retention of N were unaffected.

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