2018
DOI: 10.3382/ps/pey118
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Abstract: We examined egg production and quality responses of adding up to 7.5% defatted black soldier fly larvae meal (BSFLM) in a corn–soybean meal diet fed to pullets (19 to 27 wk of age). The concentration of CP and crude fat in BSFLM sample was 59.3 and 7.0% DM, respectively. A corn–soybean meal diet was formulated with 0 or 5.0 or 7.5% BSFLM and fed (n = 6) to a total of 108, 19-wk-old Shaver White pullets placed in conventional cages (6 birds/cage). The birds had free access to feed and water. Hen-day egg product… Show more

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“…Moreover, formulating using SID of AA estimates results in diets that more closely match the birds' requirements and reduce excess nutrients (Adedokun et al 2007;Moughan et al 2014;Adeola et al 2016). We recently reported AA and gross energy (GE) composition of a commercial BSFLM approved for poultry feeding in Canada (Mwaniki et al 2018). The present study determined SID of AA and AMEn value of this sample in a broiler chickens assay.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 92%
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“…Moreover, formulating using SID of AA estimates results in diets that more closely match the birds' requirements and reduce excess nutrients (Adedokun et al 2007;Moughan et al 2014;Adeola et al 2016). We recently reported AA and gross energy (GE) composition of a commercial BSFLM approved for poultry feeding in Canada (Mwaniki et al 2018). The present study determined SID of AA and AMEn value of this sample in a broiler chickens assay.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 92%
“…The meal is a dry, powder product derived from larvae of the BSF (H. illucens) reared on preconsumer recycled food collected from local farms, food processors, and grocery stores. The meal is approved by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency for feeding poultry and its chemical composition was previously reported (Mwaniki et al 2018). A nitrogen-free diet (NFD; Table 1), cornstarch-based, was formulated to allow estimation of basal ileal endogenous nitrogen (N) and AA losses for the calculation of SID of crude protein (CP) and AA (Adeola et al 2016).…”
Section: Black Soldier Fly Larvae Meal and Experimental Dietsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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