Indian Journal of Animal Research

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Indian Journal of Animal Research, volume 34 issue 2 (july to december 2000) : 112-115


R.K. Srivastava, Manoj Singh, S.S Chauhan, K.S. Singh
1Depqrtment of Animql Science G. B. Pqnt University of Agriculture qnd Technology, Pqntnqgqr - 263 145, Indiq
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Cite article:- Srivastava R.K., Singh Manoj, Chauhan S.S, Singh K.S. (2024). BROILER PERFORMANCE AS AFFJ;CTED BY ANTICOCCIDIAL DRUGS. Indian Journal of Animal Research. 34(2): 112-115. doi: .
A study was conducted to evaluate the effect of anticoccidial drugs on the broiler perfomance. 120 day old broiler chicks were equally divided in to four groups of 30 each and provided with four diets namely control diet (D1) ACD - 98 @ 2009/MT (D2) Maduramicin @ 500g/MT (D3) and Maduramicin ammonium @ 500g/MT (D4). The experiment lasted for 8 weeks. The results of the experiment showed the highest growth 1912.20±1.26g in group 04 followed by group D3 (1853.23±1.26g), D2 (1842.0±1.26g) and the lowest weight was noted in D1 (1824.0 ± 1.26g). However, the feed consumption was ranged between 4821.91±0.66g to 4372.50±0.66g in D1, D2, D3 and D4 respectively. The feed conversion ratios varied within 2.20 to 2.66 in the various treatments. The differences in mean were highly significant (P
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