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Estimation of the Dietary Calcium and Nonphytate Phosphorus Needs of Growing Commercial Tom Turkeys Weighing Four to Twelve Kilograms
International Journal of Poultry Science
An experiment was conducted to evaluate the dietary calcium and phosphorus needs o f commercial toms during the grower feeding period of 8 to 14 wk of age. Dietary calcium and nonphytate phosphorus were formulated to be fed at 60, 75, 90, 105 or 120% of the NRC (1994) requirements based upon three-wk phase feeding periods. A corn-soybean meal based diet was fed in mash form to Large White turkeys that had been fed adequate calcium and nonphytate phosphorus for 8 wk and weighed an average ofdoi:10.3923/ijps.2004.175.178 fatcat:53v6r6utc5ga3kltbsrpe745se