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2010, vol. 26, br. 5-6, str. 383-392
Evaluacija dve biljne vrste kao aditiva u hrani za tovne brojlere
Department of Animal Science, Ebonyi State University, P.M.B. Abakaliki, Ebonyi State, Nigeria

e-adresannenwamazi@yahoo.com
Ključne reči: blood components; broiler finishers; carcass characteristics; garlic; ginger; performance
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Beli luk i đumbir su prirodni proizvodi, jeftini i dostupni u Nigeriji. Njihov potencijal kao aditiv za hranu za životinje nije u potpunosti ispitan. Na osnovu ove premise, izvedeno je istraživanje kako bi se ocenile ove dve biljne vrste i njihov uticaj kao aditiva u hrani za tovne brojlere. 120 pilića starosti od 5 nedelja su postupkom slučajnog izbora podeljeni u četiri tretmana. Svaka grupa je dalje podeljena na tri pod-grupe sa 10 brojlera po grupi/ponavljanju. Četiri ogledna obroka su formulisana I (T1) koji je bio kontrola i koji nije sadržavao ni beli luk ni đumbir. Obroci 2 (T2) i 3 (T3) koji su sadržavali 0,25% belog luka i đumbira, respektivno. Obrok 4 (T4) je sadržavao kombinaciju 0,25% belog luka i đumbira. Parametri koji su ocenjivani uključuju: prirast, konzumiranje hrane, konverziju hrane, parametre krvi i osobine trupa. Ogled je trajao 35 dana. Rezultati su pokazali da su brojleri hranjeni dopunjenim obrocima imali signifikantno (P<0,05) veći prirast telesne mase i bolju konverziju hrane nego brojleri hranjeni kontrolnim obrokom. Nije utvrđena signifikantna (P>0,05) razlika u konzumiranju hrane pilića na različitim tretmanima*/ Hematološki indikatori, biološka hemija seruma i osobine trupa brojlera se nije signifikantno razlikovala po tretmanima (P>0.05) pod uticajem tretmana. Rezultati ovog ispitivanja ukazuju da se beli luk i đumbir mogu uključiti u obroke za tovne brojlere bez negativnih uticaja na proizvodne rezultate pilića.
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jezik rada: engleski
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DOI: 10.2298/BAH1006383O
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