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Huque et al., 1996. Asian-Aust. J. Anim. Sci., 9 (5): 571-575  

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Huque, Q. M. E. ; Kosaka, K., 1996. The true metabolizable energy values of some selected feedstuffs of Bangladesh. Asian-Aust. J. Anim. Sci., 9 (5): 571-575  

True ME (TME) values were studied of 7 major poultry feed ingredients (wheat, maize, rice polishings, sesame cake, soyabean meal, mustard cake, fish meal), 2 feed concentrates (for broilers and layers) and one randomly collected layer mixed feed prepared from the available feed ingredients. Observed TME values of some feed ingredients were similar to the values of the ingredients from other origins. TME values estimated in mixed layer feed were very low which could not support the standard requirement of laying birds. Feed composition and energy values are tabulated.

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Huque et al., 1996