K M Barram

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1. Broilers and pullets were regularly handled or bled by wing vein puncture over periods of 5 and 31 weeks respectively. 2. Neither procedure had any effect on body weight, food consumption nor on egg production, egg weight, shell quality or the percentage of non-marketable eggs.
1. The lysine requirement of growing emus between 23 and 65 d of age was determined according to growth response variables. 2. The optimal lysine requirement of emus was found to be 0.83 and 0.90 g/MJ ME for growth rate and gain:food ratio respectively. These findings are in accordance with the recommended value of 0.80 g/MJ ME, but is lower than the(More)
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