• Chemistry
  • Published 2004

Increasing Dietary Phosphorus Retention and Decreasing Fecal Phosphate Excretion in Modern Commercial Broilers

@inproceedings{Auman2004IncreasingDP,
  title={Increasing Dietary Phosphorus Retention and Decreasing Fecal Phosphate Excretion in Modern Commercial Broilers},
  author={Stephen K. Auman},
  year={2004}
}
AUMAN, STEPHEN KING. Increasing Dietary Phosphorus Retention and Decreasing Fecal Phosphate Excretion in Modern Commercial Broilers Phosphorus in poultry waste is potentially an environmental pollutant. The objectives were to evaluate the effects of varying the dietary calcium (Ca) and available phosphorus (aP ) on the efficiency of phosphorus (P) utilization for growth and skeletal development in modern male broiler chickens. In two experiments, Arbor Acres X Arbor Acres (AAXAA) male broiler… CONTINUE READING

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