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Effects of Methionine Hydroxy Analog Chelated Cu/Mn/Zn on Laying Performance, Egg Quality, Enzyme Activity and Mineral Retention of Laying Hens

  The objective of this research was to evaluate effects of partial replacement of trace mineral (Cu, Mn, Zn) sulfate by methionine hydroxy analog (MHA) chelates on laying performance, egg quality, enzyme activity and mineral retention in layers. Laying hens (Hyline Brown) of 37 weeks old were fed w... Full description

Journal Title: The Journal of Poultry Science 2012, Vol.49(1), p.20
Main Author: Sun, Qiujuan
Other Authors: Guo, Yuming , Li, Jianhui , Zhang, Tianguo , Wen, Jinlei
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title: Effects of Methionine Hydroxy Analog Chelated Cu/Mn/Zn on Laying Performance, Egg Quality, Enzyme Activity and Mineral Retention of Laying Hens
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  • Sun, Qiujuan
  • Guo, Yuming
  • Li, Jianhui
  • Zhang, Tianguo
  • Wen, Jinlei
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  • Egg Quality
  • Enzyme Activity
  • Laying Performance
  • Mineral Retention
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description:   The objective of this research was to evaluate effects of partial replacement of trace mineral (Cu, Mn, Zn) sulfate by methionine hydroxy analog (MHA) chelates on laying performance, egg quality, enzyme activity and mineral retention in layers. Laying hens (Hyline Brown) of 37 weeks old were fed with 4 different diets with organic or inorganic trace mineral supplementations at equal levels. Treatments are: 1) Control (CON): a basal diet was supplemented with inorganic trace minerals (sulfate source, i.e. Cu 10, Zn 30 and Mn 30 mg/kg of diet); 2) Cu-MHA: Cu in control diet was replaced with 10 mg/kg as Cu-MHA; 3) Zn-MHA: Zn in control diet was replaced with 20 mg/kg as Zn-MHA; 4) Mn-MHA: Mn in control diet was replaced with 20 mg/kg as Mn-MHA. Experiment lasted for 14 weeks from 39 to 52 wk of age. Results showed that eggshell thickness was increased (P
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