Journal of Chemistry / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Reduction of Phosphorus Pollution from Broilers Waste through Supplementation of Wheat Based Broilers Feed with Phytase

Table 1

Ingredients and composition of experimental diets.

FeedsControl
(g/100 g)
Group A
(g/100 g)
Group B
(g/100 g)

Wheat65.0065.00 65.00
Soybean meal14.8614.8614.86
Sunflower meal7.627.627.62
Vegetable oil0.920.920.92
Salt0.500.500.50
DL-methionine0.120.120.12
L-lysine0.170.170.17
Vitamin premix0.250.250.25
Mineral premix0.250.250.25
Dicalcium phosphate1.331.331.33
Ground limestone8.988.988.98
Phytase enzyme (U/kg)300600
Chemical analysis (DM basis)
Dry matter (%) 89.27 89.30 89.32
Crude protein (%)15.0015.031 5.02
Crude cellulose (%)4.284.294.29
Ash (%)13.6513.6313.62
Ether extract (%)6.046.066.03
Calcium (%)3.753.703.73
Phosphorus (%)0.420.410.42
Methionine (%)0.600.610.61
Lysine (%)0.790.780.77
Linoleic acid (%)1.831.821.84

(Source: Hi-Tech Feed, Lahore, Pakistan).

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