Effect of garlimmune addition in drinking water and the laying time on egg external, internal traits and hatchability of broiler breeder
Mesopotamia Journal of Agriculture,
Volume 47, Issue 1, Pages 49-58
AbstractThe adding garlimmune in broiler breeder drinking water were tested experimentally for evaluation of its effect on egg production, external and internal traits of egg and hatchability at the different time of laying(T1: 8:30 AM, T2: 10:30 AM, T3: 1:30 PM and T4: 8:30 AM- 1:30 PM). The results indicated that the use of garlimmune had a good effect on egg production (HD %), egg weight, feed conversion ratio (FCR), eggshell thickness (mm), eggshell weight (g) and eggshell strength (kg/cm2), total protein, PUFA, HDL in egg, hatchability and set eggs (%), hatched chicks weight (g) and post hatch antibody titer against ND, IBD and IB by ELISA. However, MUFA, LDL, atherogenic index, hatch window (h), embryonic mortality (1-21day) and culled chicks were significantly (p≤0.05) decreased in garlimmune treatment compared with the control at different laying time, but there is on-significant difference in total lipid among the treatments. Noticed the time laying 10:30 AM in the both groups was more effectiveness in all parameters of the study.
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