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International Journal of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry
Vol. 6, Issue 3, Part A (2021)

Effect of supplementation of multi-enzyme in low energy diet on the carcass traits and hematobiochemical parameters of broiler birds

Author(s): Amrapali Kothare, Suneet Wankhede, Vitthal Munde, Yogeshwari Sirsat and Rahul Mogale
Abstract: The experiment was conducted to study the effect of multi-enzyme on carcass trait and hemato-biochemical parameters of broiler birds (Vencobb-430). A total number of 300 birds were reared for a period of 42 days with dietary treatments; T0-Control diet as per BIS (2007), T1- T0+multi-enzyme, T2-standard broiler diet with 2.5% reduction in energy than BIS, (2007) + multi-enzyme, T3- standard broiler diet with 5% reduction in energy than BIS, (2007) + multi-enzyme and T4-standard broiler diet with 7.5% reduction in energy than BIS, (2007) + multi-enzyme. Results showed that no significance difference for dressing, edible and giblet percent but the abdominal fat percentage was low in T4 and breast meat percentage was (P<0.05) significantly higher in T2 groups. There was no significant difference observed for the blood parameters. Blood glucose, Triglyceride and BUN was low in decreased energy treatment groups. It was concluded that multi-enzyme supplementation recommended in case of decreasing dietary ME level.
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How to cite this article:
Amrapali Kothare, Suneet Wankhede, Vitthal Munde, Yogeshwari Sirsat, Rahul Mogale. Effect of supplementation of multi-enzyme in low energy diet on the carcass traits and hematobiochemical parameters of broiler birds. Int J Vet Sci Anim Husbandry 2021;6(3):34-39.
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