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Based on laboratory results, the digestibility coefficients of dry matter (CDDM), nitrogen (CDN), crude energy (CDCE) and the rates of apparent metabolizable energy (AME) and nitrogen-corrected apparent metabolizable energy (AMEn) were calculated.
However, significant decrease in CDDM and CDCE rates was verified, with the lowest rates on the increase of 10% LLH inclusion in the diet.
Decrease of CDDM and CDCE rates caused by adding 10% LLH in the diet may be attributed to an increase in excretion of dry matter by laying hens fed on diets with a higher proportion of fibers.