Chemical composition and biological value of spray dried porcine blood by-products and bone protein hydrolysate for young chickens.

@article{Jamroz2011ChemicalCA,
  title={Chemical composition and biological value of spray dried porcine blood by-products and bone protein hydrolysate for young chickens.},
  author={Dorota Jamroz and Andrzej Wiliczkiewicz and Janusz Orda and J. Skorupińska and M. Słupczyńska and Jan Kuryszko},
  journal={British poultry science},
  year={2011},
  volume={52 5},
  pages={589-605}
}
The chemical composition of spray dried porcine blood by-products is characterised by wide variation in crude protein contents. In spray dried porcine blood plasma (SDBP) it varied between 670-780 g/kg, in spray dried blood cells (SDBC) between 830-930 g/kg, and in bone protein hydrolysate (BPH) in a range of 740-780 g/kg. Compared with fish meal, these feeds are poor in Met and Lys. Moreover, in BPH deep deficits of Met, Cys, Thr and other amino acids were found. The experiment comprised 7… CONTINUE READING
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