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Effects of dietary substitution of peanut meal for soybean meal on egg production, egg quality, oxidative status, and yolk fatty acid profile in laying ducks.

The effect of graded replacement of soybean meal by peanut meal on egg production, egg quality, oxidative status, and yolk fatty acid profile in laying ducks was investigated. 360 Longyan ducks aged 21 weeks were randomized to five treatments, each containing six different versions of 12 birds. With the rise of PNM level, egg production was increased, egg weight and feed intake were reduced, feed conversion ratio and egg mass were reduced, egg production was reduced, egg white production was reduced, egg weight, and feed intake were decreased, egg weight and feed intake were reduced, egg production was reduced, egg quantity and egg mass were reduced, egg yolk ratio and egg mass were affected at 100% PNM, and yolk color was improved, and yolk color was enhanced. Plasma malondialdehyde concentrations were elevated at 100% PNM, but plasma glutathione concentrations were reduced as PNM substitution increased. When PNM replacement increased, saturated fatty acid C20:0, monounsaturated fatty acid C22:1, and polyunsaturated fatty acid C18:3n-3 and C22:6n-3 in yolk were reduced, but saturated fatty acid C20:0, monounsaturated fatty acid C22:0, and C22:0 in yolk increased with increased PNM substitution. The total number of polyunsaturated fatty acids in yolk C18:2n-6, C20:3n-6, C20:4n-6, and C20:4n-6; the maximum content obtained at 75% PNM substitution increased with the highest amounts obtained at 75% PNM substitution. PNM's replacement of dietary SBM with 100% PNM decreased egg production and antioxidant capacity, as well as raised the percentage of omega fatty acid in yolk between n-6 and n-3 in laying ducks. PNM can be used to substitute up to 75% of SBM in the diet of laying ducks without negative effects on egg-laying production or egg quality, according to the published results.

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