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Effect of physical and chemical treatment of grains on growth of and feed utilization by the chick. I. The effect of water and acid treatments of corn, wheat, barley and expanded or germinated grains on chick performance



Effect of physical and chemical treatment of grains on growth of and feed utilization by the chick. I. The effect of water and acid treatments of corn, wheat, barley and expanded or germinated grains on chick performance



Poultry Science 48(3): 853-858



The effect of soaking maize, wheat and barley grains in water, 0.1, 0.2 or 0.5 N HCI or aqueous enzyme solutions on their utilization by chickens was studied. The dried treated grains were given in diets for day-old broiler chicks. Soaking in water or 0.1 or 0.2 N HCl improved growth to 4 weeks on diets with wheat or barley; acid was no better than water. Grains soaked in 0.5 N HCI depressed growth. Commercial enzyme solutions were no more effective than water alone. Steam expansion did not increase growth on any grain; partial germination and drying of maize increased its nutritive value.

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