EFFECT OF ENZYME SUPPLEMENTAION ON DIGESTIBILTY AND METABOLIZABILITY OF NUTRIENTS IN COCKERELS

Article Id: ARCC796 | Page : 143 - 147
Citation :- EFFECT OF ENZYME SUPPLEMENTAION ON DIGESTIBILTY AND METABOLIZABILITY OF NUTRIENTS IN COCKERELS .Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2011.(45):143 - 147
J. Ramesh, D. Chandrasekaran1 and A. Natarajan1
Address : Department of Animal Nutrition, Madras Veterinary College, Chennai – 600 007, India.

Abstract

A feeding cum digestibility experiment was conducted in cockerels without (T1) or with the addition of a commercial enzyme, T1+ 500 g/ton of feed (T2), with 5 (T3) and 10 % (T4) reduction in Metabolizable Energy (ME) and Crude Protein of the diet supplemented with enzyme @ 500 g/ton of feed. The digestibilities of dry matter, ether extract and fibre were significantly (Pe Energy value in cockerels fed with standard rations supplemented with enzyme mixture.

Keywords

Enzyme supplementation Digestibility and metabolizability Cockerels.

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