THE COMBINED ADD EFFECTS OF FODDER ADDITIVES (YEA-SACC 1026+ACTIGEN) ON SOME PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION INDICES AND ON HEALTH STATUS IN CHICKEN BROILERS

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LXI, Issue 1
Written by Ionel TOADER, Mihai BENŢEA, Aurel ŞARA, Mirela E. CADAR, Călina CREŢA

The study followed the effects of combined add of fodder additives (YEA-SACC 1026+Actigen) on production and consumption indices and on health status in broiler chickens. The experiments were done on 50 Ross-308 broiler chickens, grouped in two lots, with 25 capita/lot and during 42 days. In the experimental lot, in the mixed fodder were added YEA-SACC 1026+Actigen in same proportion of 0.1%+0.08% in starter phase 1 (1-14 days), in production phase 2 (15-35 days) and in finishing phase 3 (36-42 days). For the control lot was used only mixed fodder. During the experiments were followed the average body weight, daily body gain and fodder consumption and conversion index, and for the health status were effected blood analyses. The combined use of probiotic YEA-SACC 1026+prebiotic Actigen in experimental lot determined the increase of body weight with 20.45%, daily body gain with 13.78% and the decrease of fodder conversion index with 7.32% given to control lot. The blood index analysis for glutation peroxidase (GPx) was better in experimental lot with 100.76 U/ml HT given to control one with 74.42 U/ml Ht.

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TOADER I., BENTEA M., ŞARA A., CADAR M.E., CRETA C. 2018, THE COMBINED ADD EFFECTS OF FODDER ADDITIVES (YEA-SACC 1026+ACTIGEN) ON SOME PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION INDICES AND ON HEALTH STATUS IN CHICKEN BROILERS. Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LXI, Issue 1, ISSN 2285-5750, 121-126.


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