Modeling Energy Utilization in Broiler Breeders , Laying Hens and Broilers

@inproceedings{Sakomura2004ModelingEU,
  title={Modeling Energy Utilization in Broiler Breeders , Laying Hens and Broilers},
  author={Nilva Kazue Sakomura},
  year={2004}
}
The factorial approach has been used to partition the energy requirements into maintenance, growth, and production. The coefficients determined for these purposes can be used to elaborate energy requirement models. These models consider the body weight, weight gain, egg production, and environmental temperature to determine the energy requirements for poultry. Predicting daily energy requirement models can help to establish better and more profitable feeding programs for poultry. Studies were… CONTINUE READING

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