CN106615926A - Meat-type duck feed - Google Patents

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CN106615926A
CN106615926A CN201611082979.7A CN201611082979A CN106615926A CN 106615926 A CN106615926 A CN 106615926A CN 201611082979 A CN201611082979 A CN 201611082979A CN 106615926 A CN106615926 A CN 106615926A
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黄定权
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Jinchengjiang Hechi District Science And Technology Information Institute
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Abstract

The invention provides a meat-type duck feed. The meat-type duck feed is prepared from the following ingredients in parts by mass: 45-50 parts of corns, 12-15 parts of buckwheat, 2-3 parts of crushed peanut kernels, 2-4 parts of wheat bran, 1-3 parts of black rice, 1-2 parts of soybean meal, 4-6 parts of cabbages, 2-4 parts of membranaceous marshmarigold herb, 0.3-0.5 part of purslane herb, and 0.03-0.05 part of complex vitamins. The meat-type duck feed provided by the invention is capable of providing nutrients needed in the growth processes of the meat-type ducks, and is balanced in nutrition. Being fed with the meat-type duck feed provided by the invention, the meat-type ducks are delicious in meat texture; moreover, the immunity of the meat-type ducks also has certain improvements.

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A kind of fleshy duck fodder
Technical field
The present invention relates to a kind of fleshy duck fodder.
Background technology
China's aviculture is with a long history, at present from household sideline production formula sporadicly raise scattered develop into it is intensive, specialized, existing Generationization industry, becomes a big pillar of the economy of China rural area and animal husbandry.With developing rapidly for aviculture, various fowl feeds Also develop rapidly therewith, all feeds of current market is various in style, act on different, the duck of different cultivars needs the feeding fed Material is also different, needs especially to prepare.
The content of the invention
The invention provides a kind of fleshy duck fodder.
The present invention provides a kind of fleshy duck fodder, and the fleshy duck fodder is grouped into by each group of following mass fraction:Corn 45- 50 parts, buckwheat 12-15 parts, grating peanut rice 2-3 parts, wheat bran 2-4 parts, black rice 1-3 parts, Soybean Meal 1-2 parts, wild cabbage 4-6 parts, horseshoe Careless 2-4 parts, Herba portulacae 0.3-0.5 parts, B B-complex 0.03-0.05 parts.
Preferably, the fleshy duck fodder is grouped into by each group of following mass fraction:It is 48 parts of corn, 14 parts of buckwheat, broken 2.5 parts of shelled peanut, 3 parts of wheat bran, 2 parts of black rice, 1.5 parts of Soybean Meal, 5 parts of wild cabbage, 3 parts of membranaceous marshmarigold herb, 0.4 part of Herba portulacae, compound dimension Raw 0.04 part of element.
The feed of the present invention can provide nutrition needed for meat duck growth course, and nutrition is balanced.Using the feed of the present invention Feed, the delicious meat of meat duck, immunity also improves.
Specific embodiment
Below example facilitates a better understanding of the present invention, but does not limit the present invention.Experiment in following embodiments Method, if no special instructions, is conventional method.Test material used in following embodiments, if no special instructions, is city Sell.
Embodiment 1
The fleshy duck fodder of the present invention is grouped into by each group of following mass fraction:
48 parts of corn, 14 parts of buckwheat, 2.5 parts of grating peanut rice, 3 parts of wheat bran, 2 parts of black rice, 1.5 parts of Soybean Meal, 5 parts of wild cabbage, horseshoe 3 parts of grass, 0.4 part of Herba portulacae, 0.04 part of B B-complex.
Embodiment 2
The fleshy duck fodder of the present invention is grouped into by each group of following mass fraction:
45 parts of corn, 15 parts of buckwheat, 2 parts of grating peanut rice, 4 parts of wheat bran, 1 part of black rice, 2 parts of Soybean Meal, 4 parts of wild cabbage, membranaceous marshmarigold herb 4 Part, 0.3 part of Herba portulacae, 0.05 part of B B-complex.
Embodiment 3
The fleshy duck fodder of the present invention is grouped into by each group of following mass fraction:
50 parts of corn, 12 parts of buckwheat, 3 parts of grating peanut rice, 2 parts of wheat bran, 3 parts of black rice, 1 part of Soybean Meal, 6 parts of wild cabbage, membranaceous marshmarigold herb 2 Part, 0.5 part of Herba portulacae, 0.03 part of B B-complex.
Finally it should be noted that:The preferred embodiments of the present invention are the foregoing is only, the present invention is not limited to, Although being described in detail to the present invention with reference to the foregoing embodiments, for a person skilled in the art, it still may be used To modify to the technical scheme described in foregoing embodiments, or equivalent is carried out to which part technical characteristic. All any modification, equivalent substitution and improvements within the spirit and principles in the present invention, made etc., should be included in the present invention's Within protection domain.

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1. a kind of fleshy duck fodder, it is characterised in that:The fleshy duck fodder is grouped into by each group of following mass fraction:Corn 45- 50 parts, buckwheat 12-15 parts, grating peanut rice 2-3 parts, wheat bran 2-4 parts, black rice 1-3 parts, Soybean Meal 1-2 parts, wild cabbage 4-6 parts, horseshoe Careless 2-4 parts, Herba portulacae 0.3-0.5 parts, B B-complex 0.03-0.05 parts.
2. fleshy duck fodder according to claim 1, it is characterised in that:The fleshy duck fodder by following mass fraction each group It is grouped into:48 parts of corn, 14 parts of buckwheat, 2.5 parts of grating peanut rice, 3 parts of wheat bran, 2 parts of black rice, 1.5 parts of Soybean Meal, 5 parts of wild cabbage, horse 3 parts of hoof grass, 0.4 part of Herba portulacae, 0.04 part of B B-complex.
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CN102326698A (en) * 2011-07-29 2012-01-25 颍上县润海畜禽养殖有限公司 Grass-flavored duck feed and preparation method thereof
CN103719632A (en) * 2014-01-06 2014-04-16 王众 Livestock feed containing nutlet components and livestock feeding method
CN104522327A (en) * 2014-11-12 2015-04-22 安徽省固镇县争华羊业有限公司 Cow-dung-fermented duck feed improving meat quality and preparing method thereof

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Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
CN102326698A (en) * 2011-07-29 2012-01-25 颍上县润海畜禽养殖有限公司 Grass-flavored duck feed and preparation method thereof
CN103719632A (en) * 2014-01-06 2014-04-16 王众 Livestock feed containing nutlet components and livestock feeding method
CN104522327A (en) * 2014-11-12 2015-04-22 安徽省固镇县争华羊业有限公司 Cow-dung-fermented duck feed improving meat quality and preparing method thereof

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