A dose response study with the feed enzyme [beta]-mannanase in broilers provided with corn-soybean meal based diets in the absence of antibiotic growth promoters.
What does C-S stand for?
C-S stands for Corn-Soybean Meal (animal science)
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28 mg, 4Ronozyme, 5Hemicell Table 4: Body weight (g-bird) of broiler chicks fed corn-soybean meal or corn-soybean meal-chickpea-based diets with or without enzyme supplementation Experimental diets Enzyme Body weight (g/chick) 21 Soybean No enzyme 640.
Use of carbohydrases in corn-soybean meal based nursery diets.
Pelleting of corn-soybean meal based diets improved digestibility of most nutrients and energy (Noblet and Champion, 2003; Noblet and Jaguelin, 2008), which indicated that the nutrient digestibility could be improved by pelleting process.
For corn-soybean meal based feed that are most widely used in Americas and Asian countries, types of NSPs that interfere energy digestibility are galactosides, mannosides, soybean oligosaccharides (raffinose, stachyose, and verbascose).
The first treatment was based on corn-soybean meal as a control diet and the other three treatments were based on corn but soybean meal was replaced by graded levels of YRSM at 15, 22.
1985) reported that broilers increased their voluntary feed intake when dietary protein level in a corn-soybean meal diet was reduced from 24% to 16% by replacing soybean meal with corn.