Veterinary Medicine International / 2010 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Effect of Crumble-Pellet and Mash Diets with Different Levels of Dietary Protein and Energy on the Performance of Broilers at the End of the Third Week

Table 1

Ingredient composition and nutrient content of experiment diet (as fed basis).

Crumble-pellet dietsMash diets

Ingredients (g/100 gr)12345678

Yellow corn48.45154.857.248.45154.857.2
Soybean meal37.940.532.435.237.940.532.435.2
Oil7.1546.137.1546.13
Monocalcium phosphate1.451.41.51.451.451.41.51.45
Limestone1.71.71.71.71.71.71.71.7
Salt0.40.40.40.40.40.40.40.4
Dl-methionine0.30.30.30.30.30.30.30.3
Lysine0.210.150.270.230.210.150.270.23
Vit. & min. p r e m i x 1 0.50.50.50.50.50.50.50.5
Wheat gluten20202020

Calculated composition
Crude protein (%)2323212123232121
ME (kcal/kg)32003000320030003200300032003000
Calcium (%)11111111
Av. phosphorus (%)0.450.450.450.450.450.450.450.45
Sodium (%)0.170.170.170.170.170.170.170.17
Methionine (%)0.640.640.620.620.640.640.620.62
L-Lysine (%)1.351.351.251.251.351.351.251.25
Methionine + cystine (%)110.950.95110.950.95

1Each kg of premix provided vitamin A, 10000 IU; vitamin D3, 2500 IU; vitamin K, 2.4 mg; vitamin E, 44 IU; biotin, 0.1 mg; folic acid, 2.0 mg; niacin, 25 mg; calcium pentothenate, 14.32 mg; pyridoxine, 3.10 mg; riboflavin, 5 mg; thiamin, 1.2 mg; vitamin B12, 10.5 μg; Fe, 85 mg; Mn, 125 mg; Cu, 7.8 mg; Se, 0.09 mg; Zn, 60 mg; choline chloride, 5.5 mg.