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Two strain-crosses (A and B) differing in breast meat yield were given four feeding regimens from 0 to 42 d of age, which were formulated to progressively reduce protein and limiting essential amino acids (EAA) and cost. Strain A exhibited an advantage in live performance over strain B, respective of sex. Live performance generally suffered with the reduction of protein and EAA, as did carcass fatness and chilled yield. Fillets from Strain A weighed more, represented a greater percentage of thedoi:10.1093/japr/11.2.202 fatcat:fe44u647avb3thrirevi25kody