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Rasool et al., 1999. Asian-Aust. J. Anim. Sci., 12 (4): 554-557

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Rasool, S. ; Rehan, M. ; Haq, A; Alam, M. Z., 1999. Preparation and nutritional evaluation of hatchery waste meal for broilers. Asian-Aust. J. Anim. Sci., 12 (4): 554-557

Hatchery waste including infertile eggs, dead embryos in shell, dead or low grade chicks was cooked at 100 degrees C for 15 minutes and then oven dried and ground. Hatchery waste meal (HWM) thus prepared contained 44.25% protein, 4,573 kcal/kg gross energy, 3,600 kcal/kg metabolizable energy, 30% ether extract, 1.9% fibre, 14% ash, 9.8% nitrogen free extract, 7.26% Ca, 0.84%P, 1.86% lysine and 0.66% methionine with no Salmonella and E. coli. In biological evaluation trial, significantly higher weight gain was observed in ration containing 12% HWM compared with that containing similar amount of Fish meal. Protein efficiency ratio on the two rations was 3.96 vs 2.85; protein digestibility, 86.02 vs 71.9; net protein utilization, 64.9 vs 42.37 and biological value, 75.37 vs 58.84, respectively, indicating better balance of amino acids in HWM compared with fish meal. Growth performance trial on broiler chicks also revealed better weight gain and feed efficiency on ration containing 12% HWM than that containing similar level of fish meal.

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Rasool et al., 1999