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Maize grain: storage, drying and quality. 11. Feeding value for laying hens



Maize grain: storage, drying and quality. 11. Feeding value for laying hens



Annales de Zootechnie. 20: 691-696



For part 10 see Abst. 7463, Vol. 42. 11. Maize grain was kept in bins for less than 30 h (R), for 6 days during which there was spontaneous heating (E) or for 45 days ventilated with cold air (F). Of each lot some was then dried at 80o and some at 140 degrees C. Each type of maize was given as 69% in diets for pullets for 10 periods of 28 days after they had reached 5% egg production.

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