Effect of replaced fermented wheat partial or complete instead of corn on some blood characters of broiler chicks
Journal of Kerbala for Agricultural Sciences,
2016, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 116-131
AbstractExperiment was carried out in poultry farm of o the Department of Animal resources, Faculty of Agriculture at University of Kufa during the period from 8/13/2014 to 9/17/2014, to investigate the effect of wheat fermented by S. cerevisiae, Iraqi probiotic and rumen liquor instead of corn on some blood parameters. A total of 360 unsexed one-day broiler chicks (Ross-308) were randomly distributed into eight equal treatments in three replicates (15 chicks/replicate). The treatments were: T1 and T2 controls with and without antibiotic, respectively; T3 and T4 partial and complete replacing of wheat fermented by S. cerevisiae in steady of corn; T5 and T6 partial and complete replacing of wheat fermented by Iraqi probiotic in steady of corn; T7 and T8 partial and complete replacing of wheat fermented by rumen liquor in steady of corn. The results indicated that replacing partial and complete wheat fermented by S. cerevisiae, Iraqi probiotic and rumen liquor were significantly (P<0.05) in hemoglobin, red blood cells, serum phosphorus, calcium, glucose and total protein. Significant increase (P<0.05) in these parameters in T8 as compared with other. All treated treatments showed a significant (P<0.05) decrease in cholesterol level as compared with control treatments.
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