EVALUATING THE EFFICACY OF METHIONINE SUPPLEMENTATION OPTIONS IN COMMERCIAL BROILER

@inproceedings{Narayanswamy2010EVALUATINGTE,
  title={EVALUATING THE EFFICACY OF METHIONINE SUPPLEMENTATION OPTIONS IN COMMERCIAL BROILER},
  author={CHICKENS Narayanswamy and Bhagwat},
  year={2010}
}
  • CHICKENS Narayanswamy, Bhagwat
  • Published 2010
INTRODUCTION Methionine is the first limiting essential amino acid in maize and soybean-based diets (Fancher and Jensen, 1989) for poultry. Methionine plays a significant role in energy production and protein synthesis. It enhances production and size of the eggs, overall growth of the bird, feed conversion ratio (FCR), and livability of broilers and layers (Aerni et al., 2005; Binder, 2003). Chickens are unable to synthesize methionine in amounts necessary to sustain life and growth. Usually… CONTINUE READING

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