STUDY ON EVOLUTION OF PRODUCTION PARAMETERS TO THE QUAIL YOUTH OF BALOTEŞTI POPULATION BETWEEN 0-6 WEEKS OF GROWTH BY DAILY LIGHT DURATION

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LVII
Written by Lucian IONITA, Elena POPESCU - MICLOSANU, Ioan CUSTURĂ, Consuela ROIBU, Minodora TUDORACHE

In order to determine the influence of the daily duration of illumination on growth parameters as weight gain and feed valorization in young quail of Baloteşti population, an experiment was organized by a total of 600 chickens divided into two groups of 300 animals each. A lot has been exposed to light 24 hours a day during 0-6 weeks of growth and the other to 24 hours light per day during the first 3 weeks and 14 hours per day in the last 3 weeks of growth. Overall, growth parameters were higher in chicks subjected to a daily 24 hours light per day, while the mortality rate was reduced by about 50 % and the electricity consumption for lighting by 20.83%in the other group.

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Ionita L., Popescu – Miclosanu E., Custură I., Roibu C., Tudorache M. 2014, STUDY ON EVOLUTION OF PRODUCTION PARAMETERS TO THE QUAIL YOUTH OF BALOTEŞTI POPULATION BETWEEN 0-6 WEEKS OF GROWTH BY DAILY LIGHT DURATION. Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LVII, ISSN 2285-5786, 200-203.


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