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EFFECT OF PELLETING SIZE AND PELLET BINDER LEVEL ON BROILER CHICKEN PERFORMANCE
Egyptian Journal of Nutrition and Feeds
his study aimed to examine effects of pellet size and binder (calcium lignosulfonate, CLS) levels on performance and carcass during finisher period. About 180 one-day old Arbo Acres chicks were allocated on 6 groups of 30 birds each. Birds of all groups were offered the same starter and grower diets and then the experimental finisher diets were presented to birds. Starting from 29 days, finisher diets were offered in a (2*3) factorial design. (T1) diet was pelleted 3.5 mm with CLS 0.2% asdoi:10.21608/ejnf.2021.210944 fatcat:aobw6kkykjgkjbzq2ihfnwl5nu