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The effect of added complex carbohydrates or added dietary fiber on necrotic enteritis lesions in broiler chickens.
Two trials utilizing two corn diets and four wheat diets were conducted. In Trial 2, all chicks were crop-infused at 9 d of age with Eimeria acervulina. In both trials, a broth culture of ClostridiumExpand
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The effect of temperature, dietary energy level, and corn particle size on broiler performance.
Experiments were conducted to study the effect on broiler performance of grinding corn with different hammer mill screen openings (HMSO). Corn for Trials 1 and 2 was ground through HMSO of 3.18 orExpand
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Gentian violet as a possible fungal inhibitor in poultry feed: plate assays on its antifungal activity.
Abstract The effect of gentian violet as a fungal inhibitor was studied on five selected fungal species—Aspergillus flavus, Aspergillus fumigatus, Candida albicans, Fusarium moniliforme andExpand
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Chemical Versus Chick Bioassay for Phosphorus Availability of Feed Grade Sources
Abstract Seven feed grade phosphates were assayed biologically using tibia bone ash as the response criterion. Phosphorus solubility in (1) 0.4% hydrochloric acid, (2) 2 % citric acid and (3) neutralExpand
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The effects of nonautoclaved and autoclaved water-soluble wheat extracts on the growth of Clostridium perfringens.
Clostridium perfringens is the causative agent of necrotic enteritis, a commonly diagnosed disease in chickens that is also observed in turkeys and geese. Two trials were conducted to determine theExpand
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Effect of Pressure and Temperature on Poultry Offal Meal Quality
Abstract In two experiments, 720 broiler strain cockerels were used to determine the effect of pressure and temperature on poultry offal meal (P.O.M.) quality. Poultry offal meals were subjected toExpand
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The Effects of Monensin and Sodium Chloride on Broiler Performance
Abstract An anticoccidial agent, Coban-1 (monensin, 121.3 mg./kg. + roxarsone, 49.6 mg./kg.) and six graded levels of added sodium chloride (0 through 0.375%) were dietary variables in a broiler testExpand
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Calorie-protein deficiencies and the immune response of the chicken. II. Cell-mediated immunity.
Calorie-protein deficiency affects humoral immunity in the chicken. Secondary responses to sheep-red blood cells, a T-dependent antigen, were lower in birds fed diets two-thirds deficient in caloriesExpand
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Effect of dietary Fe to Cu ratios on hematological and growth responses of broiler chickens.
A total of 2,640 broiler strain cockerels were used in three experiments to determine the interrelationships between Fe and Cu requirements of 1- to 21-day old broiler chicks. In each experiment, aExpand
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Toxicity of jimson weed seed and cocoa shell meal to broilers.
Jimson weed seed meal, which contains alkaloids toxic to animals, and cocoa shell meal, which contains theobromine, also toxic to animals, were used in two experiments with broilers to determineExpand
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