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Table 1 Ingredient and chemical composition of basal diet

From: Effects of dietary copper on organ indexes, tissular Cu, Zn and Fe deposition and fur quality of growing-furring male mink (Mustela vison)

Items Contents
Ingredient [g/kg diet]
Extruded corn 312
Soybean meal 60
Corn gluten meal 80
Fish meal 180
Meat and bone meal 180
Cheese meal 30
Soybean oil 120
Feather meal 10
Blood meal 10
Premixa 10
Lysine 3
Methionine 3
NaCl 2
Total 1000
Chemical composition [g/kg]
Dry matter [g/kg] 976.0
Crude protein [g/kg DM] 330.5
Crude fat [g/kg DM] 167.2
Crude carbohydrate [g/kg DM] 424.1
Ash [g/kg DM] 60.2
Contents of mineral elementsa
Calcium [g/kg] 32.2
Phosphorus [g/kg] 22.0
Copper [mg/kg] 7.6
Zinc [mg/kg] 43.6
Iron [mg/kg] 203.4
Contents of amino acida [mg/kg]
Lysine [g/kg] 16.9
Methionine [g/kg] 9.3
Cysteine [g/kg] 3.6
Metabolizable energyb [MJ/kg DM] 20.3
% from protein 30.6
% from fat 32.7
% from carbohydrates 36.7
  1. aContained the following per kg of premix:vitamin A, 1 000 000 IU; vitamin D3, 200 000 IU; vitamin E, 6 000 IU; vitamin B1,600 mg;vitamin B2, 800 mg; vitamin B6, 300 mg;vitamin B12 10 mg; vitamin K3,100 mg; vitamin C, 40 000 mg;niacin acid, 4 000 mg;pantothenic acid, 1 200 mg;biotin, 20 mg;folic acid, 80 mg;choline, 30 000 mg; Fe, 8 200 mg; Mn, 1 200 mg; Zn, 5 200 mg; I, 50 mg; Se, 20 mg; Co, 50 mg.
  2. bMetabolizable energy was calculated according to Hansen et al. [11].