A.S. Series 73-21
Previous studies with com-soy diets have shown laying hens to have improved feed efficiency when the diets were supplemented with up to 2 ppm selenium. In some cases, egg production was Improved, but in most instances feed intake was simply reduced without causing a decrease in egg numbers. A study was therefore conducted with a milo-soy diet to further evaluate this treatment.
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Department of Animal Science, Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University
Guenther, E.; Carlson, C. W.; and Oison, O. E., "Selenium Supplementation of Layer Diets Based on Milo and Soybean Meal" (1973). South Dakota Poultry Field Day Proceedings and Research Reports, 1973. 10.