Participation in Forum on April 21, 2022
It depends on what is low portein and the digest able lysine to formulate to and using the Ideal Protein method. Using a soy + corn as the major ingredient with a dig Lys of 1.28 plus a glycine + define set to crude protein of 22 % and using metionibe, lysine, theorinre , arginine , valinr, and isoleucine the crude protein will decrease to 20 % which is not low protein.
Participation in Forum on October 12, 2021
Participation in Forum on October 11, 2021
Feather picking can be reduced by adding 1 to 2 kg of of Mg and checking the DEB balance.
Participation in Forum on May 26, 2021
One must have high quality ingredients for performance. Also L Value, L Arginine plus glycine to provide a nitrogen pool when using low crude protein diets
Cheap will not work
Participation in Forum on April 8, 2021
This is the T glycine /dig Lysine ratio
Participation in Forum on April 7, 2021
I am using a Total glycine to dig lysine that would be when the dig lysine is .87 to .88
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What would be the recommended ratio glycine/Lysine in laying chickens and broilers?
Participation in Forum on April 6, 2021
When using Ideal Protein for layers with the amino acids, lysine, methionine, value, the so one, arginine, and tryptophan then glycine must be used to equal glycine in a 16 % crude protein diet to provide enough nitrogen for non essential amino acids.
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April 6, 2021