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Peanut protein is severely limiting in threonine and has been used to create threonine deficiency in animals. The availability of purified threonine at low cost raises the possibility of economically using peanut meal (PNM) and threonine combinations in poultry diets. An experiment was conducted to compare corn and PNM based diets to corn and soybean meal (SBM) based diets at three protein levels (16, 18.5, and 21%) in diets for 22to-34-wk-old commercial Leghorns. Birds were housed two per cagedoi:10.1093/ps/82.8.1274 pmid:12943298 fatcat:if4gev23svh45j26m2se6pcrze