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《Chinese Journal of Animal Nutrition》 2012-12
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Effects of Dietary Methionine Level on Laying Performance of Cherry Valley Breeding Ducks

LV Mingbin1 WANG Shengyu2 CHENG Haoliang1,3 LIU Haijun1 XIANG Huali1 AN Sha1 WANG Zhengguo1 YAN Lei1(1.Shandong New Hope Liuhe Group Co.,Ltd.,Qingdao 266061,China;2.Institute of Poultry Science,Academy of Agricultural Sciences of Shandong Province,Ji'nan 250023,China;3.Industry Technology System for Waterfowl Integrated Test Station of Qingdao,Qingdao 266000,China)  
This experiment was conducted to study the effects of dietary methionine level on laying performance of Cherry Valley breeding ducks.A total of 4 980 healthy Cherry Valley breeding ducks aged 44 weeks were randomly divided into 5 groups with 3 replicates in each group.Each replicate contained 57 male and 275 female ducks.The ducks in the 5 groups were fed experimental diets containing different levels of methionine,which were 0.34%,0.38%,0.42%,0.46% and 0.50%.The experiment lasted for 14 weeks(44 to 57 weeks of age).The results showed as follows: there were no significant differences in laying rate and qualified egg rate among all groups(P0.05).With increasing the dietary methionine level,the qualified egg rate was linearly decreased(R2=0.878 0,P0.05),while the laying rate was increased in a quadratic curve(R2=0.989 9,P0.05),and ducks had the highest laying rate(89.41%) when the dietary methionine level was 0.42%.Meanwhile,the dietary methionine level had no significant effect on unqualified egg rate and small egg rate(P0.05).With increasing the dietary methionine level,the double yolk egg rate was linearly increased(R2=0.954 7,P0.05),while the small egg rate was decreased firstly and then increased,and ducks had the lowest small egg rate(5.36%) when the dietary methionine level was 0.42%.No significant differences in egg number each and qualified egg number each were found among all groups(P0.05).When the dietary methionine level was 0.42%,ducks had the highest qualified egg number each(31.84 eggs).Dietary methionine level had a significant effect on average egg weight(P0.05),but had no significant effect on fertilization rate(P0.05).When dietary methionine level was 0.42%,the average egg weight(93.70 g) was the biggest and the fertilization rate(92.98%) was the highest.Under this experimental conditions,Cherry Valley breeding ducks have a better laying performance when the dietary methionine level is 0.42%.
【Fund】: 山东省科技发展计划(2009G10009065)
【CateGory Index】: S834.5
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