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Effects of dietary protein and energy levels on growth performances and reproductive system development in female Betong chicken ( Gallus domesticus ) during growing-pullet period

@inproceedings{Buakeeree2016EffectsOD,
  title={Effects of dietary protein and energy levels on growth performances and reproductive system development in female Betong chicken ( Gallus domesticus ) during growing-pullet period},
  author={Kruan Buakeeree and P. Nualhnuplong},
  year={2016}
}
The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of dietary protein and energy levels on growth performances and reproductive system development in female Betong chicken during growing to pullet period (12-20 weeks of age). Total of 180 chickens, 12 weeks of age, were assigned to the 2 x 3 factorials in completely randomized design. This study consisted of two factors i.e. dietary energy levels (2,850 and 3,000 metabolizable energy (ME) kcal/kg) and dietary protein levels (14, 16 and… 

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