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Replacing Soybean Meal (SBM) by Canola Meal (CM) : The Effects of Multi-enzyme and Phytase Supplementation on the Performance of Growing and Laying Quails
- Saricicek, B. Zehra (Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agricultural, University of Ondokuzmayıs) ;
- Kilic, U. (Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agricultural, University of Ondokuzmayıs) ;
- Garipoglu, A.V. (Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agricultural, University of Ondokuzmayıs)
- Received : 2004.11.11
- Accepted : 2005.03.18
- Published : 2005.10.01
In this research, the possibilities of using canola meal (CM) in place of soybean meal (SBM), and also the effects of multi-enzyme and phytase supplementation on the performance of quails were investigated. For this purpose, soybean meal (44% CP), canola meal (37% CP), phytase (produced from Peniophora luci) and multi-enzyme (
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