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Evaluation of Glycerine from Biodiesel Production as a Feed Ingredient for Broilers
Glycerine from biodiesel production was used as a pure energy source in broiler diets formulated to meet typical commercial standards. In the first experiment, glycerine was added at 0, 5, and 10% ofExpand
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Influence of growth rate on the occurrence of white striping in broiler breast fillets.
White striping refers to the occurrence of different degrees of white striations on broiler breast fillets and thighs of larger broilers, yet little is known about its causes. Thus, the objective ofExpand
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Nonphytate phosphorus requirement and phosphorus excretion of broiler chicks fed diets composed of normal or high available phosphate corn with and without microbial phytase.
A study was conducted to evaluate the ability of the young (0 to 3 wk) broiler chicken to utilize the P provided by a high available P corn [HAPC; 0.27% total P and 0.17% nonphytate P] in comparisonExpand
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Effects of a buffered propionic acid in diets on the performance of broiler chickens and on microflora of the intestine and carcass.
A buffered propionic acid (BPA) was added to broiler diets fed in floor pens with litter. The BPA was fed continuously at 0, .2, .4, and .8% in Trial 1 and at 0 and .4% in Trial 2. The BPA was alsoExpand
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Phosphorus requirements of broiler chicks six to nine weeks of age as influenced by phytase supplementation.
Two trials of similar design were conducted to determine the nonphytate phosphorus (NPP) requirements for broilers from 42 to 63 d of age in diets with or without phytase supplementation. MaleExpand
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Influence of dietary lysine levels and arginine:lysine ratios on performance of broilers exposed to heat or cold stress during the period of three to six weeks of age.
Four trials of identical experimental design were conducted to determine the effects of temperature, dietary Lys level, and dietary Arg:Lys ratios on performance and carcass yield of male broilers.Expand
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An evaluation of fructooligosaccharide in diets for broiler chickens and effects on salmonellae contamination of carcasses.
Two similar trials were conducted to evaluate the effects of dietary inclusion of fructooligosaccharide (FOS) on live performance and carcass characteristics of broilers and on incidence and level ofExpand
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Nutritional approaches to reducing phosphorus excretion by poultry.
Phosphorus is an essential mineral for growing poultry, and the consequences of a failure to provide for adequate quantities of this nutrient are physiologically and economically disastrous.Expand
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Effect of different levels of dietary vitamin E (DL-α-tocopherol acetate) on the occurrence of various degrees of white striping on broiler breast fillets.
White striping could be a potential reason for the rejection of raw breast fillets in the market. The condition is characterized grossly by the white striations occurring on the fillets showingExpand
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Phosphorus requirements of broiler chicks three to six weeks of age as influenced by phytase supplementation.
Two studies of identical design were conducted in battery brooders utilizing male chicks of a commercial strain. The birds were grown to 3 wk on diets with adequate P and from 3 to 6 wk were fedExpand
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