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Comparative study of nutrient intake for the production of edible protein in early weaned fattening calves, growing pigs and broilers. 1. Digestibility, N retention and weight gains and efficiency of feed conversion



Comparative study of nutrient intake for the production of edible protein in early weaned fattening calves, growing pigs and broilers. 1. Digestibility, N retention and weight gains and efficiency of feed conversion



Arch. Tierernahrung. 17: 321-332



A fattening feed for calves weaned early, consisting of barley, wheat and pellets containing fish-meal, was supplied to male Black Pied Lowland calves weaned at 35 days of age, from 45 to 220 kg, to castrated male German Yorkshire pigs from 20 to 110 kg and Cornish x White Rock chickens fattened for 9 weeks to 1.4 kg. The chickens had also 50 mg Mn per kg feed.

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