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The effect of heat treatment and enzyme supplementation on the nutritive value of barley for broiler chicks


, : The effect of heat treatment and enzyme supplementation on the nutritive value of barley for broiler chicks. British Poultry Science 16(1): 1-8

Chickens of different broiler strains, caged singly, got from 7 to 21 days old diets with barley 73 and herring meal 22%. In the 1st trial, groups of 5 of each sex got the commercial barley untreated, or heated with forced air at 100 deg or 120 deg C for 1 h, or mixed with 0.01 N HCl 5 mg/kg barley and heated at 100 deg or 120 deg , or barley alone or with HCl, each autoclaved at 1 kg/cm2 at 120 deg for 0.5 h. Other trials were with groups of 10 males.

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DOI: 10.1080/00071667508416152


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