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Title: A Comparative Study ofHerbal Products on Growth Performance, Carcass Quality & Serum Biochemical Parameter of Broiler
Authors: Das, DR. Shibu
Keywords: Herbal products, feedintake, weight gain,feed conversion ratio, carcasscharacteristics, blood parameters.
Issue Date: Jun-2018
Publisher: A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Animal and Poultry Nutrition Department of Animal Science and Nutrition Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Chittagong-4225, Bangladesh
Abstract: Thestudy was conducted to the effectsofherbal products (Garlic & Basil)supplementationon growth performance, carcasscharacteristicsandserum biochemical parameter in commercialbroiler. A total of 112 day old cobb500 chicks were randomly divided into four dietary treatments:i.e. food containing no herbal products (T0), food containing 1% garlic (T1), food containing 1% basil (T2), food containing 0.5% garlic & 0.5% basil (T3).Each treatmentconsistsinto tworeplicationhaving 14birdsper replicate. Itwasevidentthat,therewasapositiverelationshipbetween herbal productsandperformance parameters at later stage.Maximumweightgain& feed intakewasrecordedinthebird’stake foodcontaining 0.5% garlic& 0.5% basil after 4th week of age.Therewere nounusualchangesinthe blood and serum parameterincomparisontothereferencelevel.
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