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Studies on the phosphorus availability of various phosphorus sources for laying-type growing chickens. 1. Phosphorus availability of some phosphorus sources for starting chicks



Studies on the phosphorus availability of various phosphorus sources for laying-type growing chickens. 1. Phosphorus availability of some phosphorus sources for starting chicks



Jap. Poultry Sci 4: 13-18



In 2 experiments with chickens from hatching to 4 weeks of age sources of P were feed grade dicalcium phosphate, defluorinated tricalcium phosphate, bonemeal, isolated phytin and defatted rice bran. In the first experiment each source was given with a diet based on maize and soya bean meal with 3% fishmeal as the only source of animal protein. The total P content was 0.48% in basal diet and 0.6% in all experimental diets.

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