Guney A.C.,University of Georgia |
Shim M.Y.,University of Georgia |
Batal A.B.,Huvepharma |
Dale N.M.,University of Georgia |
Pesti G.M.,University of Georgia
Poultry Science | Year: 2013
Manufacturers of distillers dried grains with solubles (DDGS) are changing practices to extract corn oil from DDGS in the process of ethanol production. The resulting product is called low-oil DDGS (LO-DDGS) and may be included in broiler diets. Two LO-DDGS and one unextracted DDGS were used in a broiler performance trial to determine maximum levels of inclusion without detrimental effects. Corn- and soybean meal-based mash diets were used with different DDGS samples included at 10 or 20%. Six hundred thirty Cobb 500 male by-product chicks were randomly assigned to 6 replicate pens containing 15 chicks each and fed diets from 0 to 18 d of age. There was a significant interaction between source and level on BW at d 11 and 18 when 10 and 20% of LO-DDGS was included compared with the control group. There was also a significant effect of source and level interaction on BW at d 18 (P < 0.05). Feed efficiency from d 0 to 18 was improved when 10% LO-DDGS was used compared with 20% inclusion. Abdominal fat pad weights were higher when LO-DDGS samples were included at 10 or 20% compared with the control group. There was a significant effect of DDGS source and level on fat pad weights (P < 0.05). Producers may achieve an increase in performance when including 10% LO-DDGS in broiler diets. Up to 20% inclusion levels may have no detrimental effects on performance parameters compared with a standard corn-soybean diet. © 2013 Poultry Science Association Inc. Source
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