2004
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-635x2004000300003
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Determination of the energetic value of corn, soybean meal and micronized full fat soybean for newly hatched chicks

Abstract: There are some evidences described in the literature showing reduced energy metabolizability of ingredients for newly hatched chicks. Hence, a metabolism trial was carried out with the objective of determining the metabolizable energy of corn grain, soybean meal and micronized full fat soybean for newly hatched chicks. The method of total excreta collection was used in an experiment with 192 male chicks from one to seven days, distributed in a completely randomized design with four treatments and four replicat… Show more

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“…This hormone enhanced the digestive enzymes secretions from pancreas and improved the protein and carbohydrate digestion thus increased the energy value (Alvarenga et al, 2013). The contrasting results regarding corn's AMEn in this study and Longo et al (2004) might be attributed to varying bird's age. Longo et al (2004) used 1 week old broiler chicks in their study and digestibility and metabolizability is generally less in early aged birds than that of growing age.…”
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confidence: 70%
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“…This hormone enhanced the digestive enzymes secretions from pancreas and improved the protein and carbohydrate digestion thus increased the energy value (Alvarenga et al, 2013). The contrasting results regarding corn's AMEn in this study and Longo et al (2004) might be attributed to varying bird's age. Longo et al (2004) used 1 week old broiler chicks in their study and digestibility and metabolizability is generally less in early aged birds than that of growing age.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 70%
“…These In cereals, the RB had higher (P>0.05) AMEn than that of corn's AMEn (Table 5). The AMEn of corn in this experiment was higher than that reported by Longo et al (2004), Sauvant et al (2004) and Nadeem et al (2005) and less than energy value documented by Palmer-Jones and Halliday (1971), NRC (1994) and Rostagno et al (2005). The reason of varying calorific values might be attributed to varying grain's nutrient composition.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 65%