Effects of Maternal and Progeny Dietary Vitamin Regimens on the Performance of Ducklings

@inproceedings{Ren2017EffectsOM,
  title={Effects of Maternal and Progeny Dietary Vitamin Regimens on the Performance of Ducklings},
  author={Zhi Zhong Ren and Shizhen Jiang and Qiufeng Zeng and Xuemei Ding and S. Delhi Bai and Jianping Wang and Keying Zhang},
  year={2017}
}
This study evaluated the interaction effect of maternal and progeny vitamin regimens on the performance of ducklings. At 38 weeks of age, 780 female and 156 male duck breeders were fed either regular or high vitamin premix diet (maternal high premix had higher levels of all vitamins except K3 than maternal regular premix) for 16 weeks. Ducklings hatched from eggs laid at the end of the duck breeder trial were kept separate according to maternal treatment and were fed 2 levels of vitamin premix… CONTINUE READING

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