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Salt utilization studies with poultry. 2. Optimum particle size of salt for the young chick



Salt utilization studies with poultry. 2. Optimum particle size of salt for the young chick



Poultry Sci 49: 188



Rock salt and evaporated salt were sieved to different sizes and 0.1% of each was added to the Na-deficient ration. At the same particle size the salts did not differ significantly in their effect on growth. Bodyweight increased with increase of particle size. Efficiency of feed conversion followed a similar trend. In another experiment medium degree of fineness of particles was better than extremes.

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