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Studies on pheasant nutrition. 2. Protein and fiber levels in diets for young pheasants

Studies on pheasant nutrition. 2. Protein and fiber levels in diets for young pheasants

Poultry Sci 33(6): 1237-1244

Results presented show that the protein requirement of pheasant chicks is 28% for the first 2-3 weeks of age and may be reduced to 24% for the 3-5 week growth period. Evidence is also presented showing that growth, feathering and general body development is satisfactory or superior on rations fairly high in fiber content when the fiber is supplied in the form of pulverized oat hulls.

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