DETERMINATION OF NUTRITIVE VALUE AND THE EFFECT OF CITRIC ACID PRODUCTION BY-PRODUCT ON BROILER PERFORMANCE

Article Id: ARCC432 | Page : 143 - 147
Citation :- DETERMINATION OF NUTRITIVE VALUE AND THE EFFECT OF CITRIC ACID PRODUCTION BY-PRODUCT ON BROILER PERFORMANCE.Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2012.(46):143 - 147
S. Mehdikhany, A. Zarei*.,H. Lotfollahian1 and S.A. Hoseini1 a-zarei@kiau.ac.ir
Address : Department of Animal Science, Karaj Branch, Islamic Azad University, Karaj, IRAN

Abstract

This experiment was conducted in order to study the nutritive value of Citric Acid Production By-product (CAPB) and the effect of using it on broiler chicken performance in completely randomized design with 5 treatments and 6 replicates on 420 broiler chicks. Metabolizable energy of CAPB was determined before diets formulation. Performance characteristics were evaluated every week in total period. At 49th day, 3 birds from each experimental unit based on the same average body weight were slaughtered and carcass percent of its components were studied. The results showed that maximum and minimum feed intake were related to 7.5% CAPB, 2.5% CAPB and control diet in total period, respectively. Average weight gain was significant in total period and maximum and minimum of it were in to 5% CAPB and 10% CAPB respectively. Feed conversion ratio was significant in 1-21 days (P

Keywords

Citric Acid Production By-product (CAPB) Broiler Performance Carcass traits.

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