Beneficial effects of xylanase and/or phytase inclusions on ileal amino acid digestibility, energy utilisation, mineral retention and growth performance in wheat-based broiler diets

@inproceedings{Selle2009BeneficialEO,
  title={Beneficial effects of xylanase and/or phytase inclusions on ileal amino acid digestibility, energy utilisation, mineral retention and growth performance in wheat-based broiler diets},
  author={Peter H. Selle and Velmurugu Ravindran and G. G. Partridge},
  year={2009}
}
The effects of individual and combined inclusions of xylanase and phytase in broiler diets based on a characterised wheat were evaluated. The positive control diet was formulated to be adequate for phosphorus (P) with 3.8 g kg−1 nonphytate P and the low-P, negative control diet contained 2.6 g kg−1 nonphytate P. The negative control diet was supplemented with xylanase (2000 XU kg−1), or phytase (500 FTU kg−1), or xylanase plus phytase (2000 XU kg−1 and 500 FTU kg−1). Treatment effects on ileal… CONTINUE READING

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