1997
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-84781997000400024 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Irineo Zanella,
Nilva Kazue Sakomura,
Adilson Ricardo Bispo
et al.

Abstract: O experimento teve como objetivo avaliar os sistemas de alimentação convencional ou de livre escolha, utilizando 6 dietas a base de milho em grão ou moído e concentrado protéico sobre o desempenho de frangos de corte do l° ao 45° dia de idade. O delineamento experimental foi inteiramente casualizado em esquema fatorial 6x2 (6 tratamentos e 2 sexos), com 3 repetições de 30 aves. Os tratamentos foram: T1-Milho moído + Concentrado do 1° ao 45° dia, fornecidos misturados; T2-Milho moído + Concentrado do 1° ao 45° … Show more

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“…Once birds of the TM group started to better balance their diets, it was possible to verify a great improvement in feed conversion from days 22 to 28 and days 29 to 32 of age, in which this variable was better for the test group compared to the control group. Even though it is known that a balanced complete diet supplies an adequate mixture of all nutrients required to improve efficiency [43], this current study shows interesting features about TM meal in its capacity to improve feed conversion in a free-choice feeding trial. It is possible to notice that as birds were adapting to the free-choice diet, they started to recover in performance continuously.…”
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