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Salt utilization studies with poultry. 1. Effect of salt sources, particle size and insolubles on broiler performance



Salt utilization studies with poultry. 1. Effect of salt sources, particle size and insolubles on broiler performance



Poultry Sci 49: 183-188



In 5 experiments diets for groups of male chickens from day old for 4 or 8 weeks were based on maize and soya bean meal and had 0.078% Na. Additions were made at the expense of maize. In the first rock salt or evaporated salt at 0.1, 0.15, 0.2 or 0.25% was given. At 2 weeks mean weights were significantly greater with all amounts of rock salt except 0.25% than with evaporated salt. At 4 weeks this was true only of the 2 smallest amounts.

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