Effects of Different Levels of Fast Digestible Starch, Protein, and Fibre on Broiler Growth Performance

Published on: 03/08/2021
Author/s : N.W. JAWORSKI 1, G. BOERBOOM 1, M. JACOBS 1, C. ALFONSO 1, K. GEERSE 2, A. DIJKSLAG 3, P. RAMAEKERS 1 and C.H.M. SMITS 1. / 1 Trouw Nutrition; 2 F2Care; 3 ForFarmers.

I. INTRODUCTIONImproved FCR was observed in broiler chickens fed a slow digestible starch diet compared with a fast digestible starch diet (Weurding et al., 2001). Furthermore, Enting et al. (2005) indicated that a slow digestible starch diet fed to broiler chickens can spare amino acids (AA). Finally, Liu et al. (2017) and Truong et al. (2017) concluded that starch digestion kinetics play a role ...

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Hiren Pancholi Hiren Pancholi
Graduation in commerce
March 8, 2021

It's a good start for working on protein and fiber to improve the profit. I am sure commercial must have been calculated with change from the regular diet.

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