ADD GINGER Zingiber officinale , GARLIC POWDER Allium sativum L. AND BLACK BEAN SEEDS Nigella sativa L. TO FEED AND ITS IMPACT ON PRODUCTIVITY AND SOME PHYSIOLOGICAL TRAITS OF JAPANESE QUAIL.
Mesopotamia Journal of Agriculture,
2018, Volume 46, Issue 3, Pages 65-76
AbstractThis study was conducted to know the effect of adding plants, ginger and black bean and garlic to feed on some production traits and egg production of Japanese quail during 49 days of age. Chicks were divided into four treatments of the first control -free plant additions and second treatment is add ginger and third treatment is add black bean and garlic add a fourth. After a statistical analysis of the results, show the superiority of all transactions of plant additions morally in body weight and the weight gain and cumulative food conversion efficiency compared to control. It also shows a significant decrease in the percentage mortality of both 2 and 3 as compared with the 1 and 4. As it turns out the existence of a significant decrease of the coefficients 2.3 and 4 in feed consumption at the end of the seventh week compared to control. While in 4 treatment it was noticed that there was increase outweigh the relative growth rate and chest piece compared to the rest of the transactions. It was noted the presence of significant superiority in the dressing percentage of 3 and 4 compared to control. As shown the presence of significant superiority in the proportion of egg production(H.D.P) EP% transaction control and 2 compared with 3 and 4 and the significant superiority of treatment 2 in the average number of eggs / female EN% and the conversion factor total eggs g feed / g eggs compared to the rest of the transaction. The significant superiority in the efficiency of feed conversion of eggs FC% of 1 and 2 compared with 3 and 4. We conclude from this study that the addition of medicinal plants have a positive effect on body weight and to reduce the proportion of mortality Japanese quail and this in turn enhances the economic situation at the level of education on major projects.
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