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Home  >  Publications  >   Pastured-Raised Poultry Nutrition (Summary)

Pastured-Raised Poultry Nutrition


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By Jeff Mattocks

Published: 2002

Updated: 2002



35 pages

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This publication explains the feed requirements of pasture-raised poultry and how to meet them. It also outlines the uses and nutritional values of different feed ingredients, both common as well as uncommon. It illustrates ration calculation methods for feed formulation and discusses applied feeding, including grain texture and milling practices.

Table of Contents

Feed Ingredients
Common Ingredients
Uncommon Ingredients
Feed Preparation
Commercial Feeds
Feeding Issues
Fundamental Formulation Basics
Formulating Your Own Ration

Note: Digital downloads are in full color. Printed, mailed copies are only available in black & white.


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