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Table 1 Ingredients and compositions of the basal diet

From: Alleviation of mycotoxin biodegradation agent on zearalenone and deoxynivalenol toxicosis in immature gilts

Ingredients Percentage,% Nutrition component Content1
Wheat 36.50 DE, MJ/kg 13.10
Maize 20.00 Crude protein, % 17.65
Wheat middling 10.00 Lysine, % 1.02
Wheat bran 9.00 Methionine+Cystine, % 0.73
Dehulled soybean meal 10.00 Threonine, % 0.58
Rice bran 7.00 Tryptophan, % 0.20
Cottonseed meal 4.00 Calcium, % 0.74
Calcium hydrophosphate 1.00 Total phosphorus, % 0.71
Limestone 1.05 Non-phytatephosphorus, % 0.32
Salt 0.30 Sodium chloride, % 0.40
Threonine 0.05   
Lysine (70%) 0.60   
Vitamin Premix2 0.03   
Mineral Premix3 0.30   
Choline chloride 0.12   
Chlortetracycline 0.05   
Total 100.00   
  1. 1The value is calculated
  2. 2Provided per kg of diet: Vitamin A, 16,500 IU; Vitamin D3, 2,500 IU; Vitamin E, 18 IU; Vitamin K3, 2.3 mg; Vitamin B1, 3.1 mg; Pantothenic acid, 12 mg; Niacin, 27 mg; Folacin, 0.5 mg; Biotin, 0.1 mg; Vitamin B12, 0.02 mg; Vitamin B2, 5.5 mg; Vitamin B6, 3.3 mg
  3. 3Provided per kg of diet: Copper, 70 mg; Iron, 170 mg; Manganese, 30 mg; Zinc, 145 mg; Selenium, 0.41 mg; CoMBAlt, 0.07 mg; Iodine, 0.27 mg