crude protein, nitrogen, broiler, amino acid
A project was initiated to apply dietary CP reduction under commercial conditions. The main objective was to demonstrate and validate that dietary CP can be reduced without compromising broiler performance in a production system which is already rather efficient. In addition, we wanted to demonstrate the potential of dietary CP reduction on reducing N-excretions especially in the context of German revised regulations and monitoring attempts. Finally, as previous research suggested, few further aspects such as impact of dietary CP reduction on litter quality and quantity, footpad health, change of ingredient inclusion levels and related impact on sustainability impact factors were evaluated.
Lemme, Andreas; Fenske, Kilian; Westendarp, Heiner; Guhe, Mathias; and Rother, Elmar
"Reduction of Protein Levels in Broiler Feed for Commercial Application – A German Case,"
Proceedings of the Arkansas Nutrition Conference: Vol. 2022, Article 13.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uark.edu/panc/vol2022/iss1/13