Parameters considered for evaluation were average daily weight gain (ADG), average daily feed intake (ADFI), feed conversion ratio (FCR), mortality, carcass and breast yields and economics of production.
What does ADWG stand for?
ADWG stands for Average Daily Weight Gain (animal nutrition)
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Effects of squid ink on performance of broiler chickens Items Con Day 1-21 Average daily weight gain (g) 31.
In the water buffalo sector, DDGS fed at a 12 percent inclusion resulted in an average daily weight gain increase of 13 percent and feed cost savings of $8.
Overall, the average piglet weight at weaning and the average daily weight gain were consistently higher in the PROBACTRIX(TM) group than the antibiotic group.
While on supplemental feed, our kids average daily weight gains range from 0.
Over the course of the entire feeding period of the study, cattle with lower Oxidative Stress Values achieved higher average daily weight gains.
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The average daily weight gain was significantly affected by the dietary treatments (Table 2).