Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/70337
Type: Conference paper
Title: Responsiveness of high screenings and commercial cereal grains to a blend of xylanase and phytase enzyme products
Author: Hughes, R.
Geier, M.
Black, J.
Tredrea, A.
Diffey, S.
Nielsen, S.
Citation: Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium, Sydney, New South Wales, 14-16th February 2011: pp.74-77
Publisher: University of Sydney
Publisher Place: online
Issue Date: 2011
Conference Name: Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium (22nd : 2011 : Sydney, Australia)
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R. J. Hughes, M.S. Geier, J.L. Black, A.M. Tredrea, S. Diffey and S. G. Nielsen
Abstract: Two experiments evaluated the apparent metabolisable energy (AME) values for cereal grains fed with and without a blend of xylanase and phytase enzyme products to broiler chickens. The first experiment involved 30 high-screenings grains (10 wheats, 11 barleys, 3 triticales, and 6 sorghums). The second experiment involved 50 grains (20 wheats, 13 barleys, three triticales and 14 sorghums) donated by commercial companies throughout Australia. Each experiment included ‘connectivity’ grains used in previous experiments that contributed to the AusScan near infrared reflectance (NIR) calibration database. The inclusion of ‘connectivity’ grains (15 in Experiment 1 and 17 in Experiment 2) enabled data to be analysed statistically for valid comparison across many experiments conducted in the period 1998 to 2010. These grains were also fed with and without the blend of enzymes. In general, the results show that the enzyme blend improved AME values for some wheats and only one barley, and had little or no effect on other types of grain
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RMID: 0020116580
Published version: http://www.thepoultrysite.com/articles/2086/responsiveness-of-high-screenings-and-commercial-cereal-grains-to-a-blend-of-xylanase-and-phytase-enzyme-products
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