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Vol. 10, Issue 3 (2021)

Influence of herbal supplementation on dressed yield and percent organ weights of broilers during coccidiosis

Author(s):
Sakshi Chauhan, VS Singh and Vipul Thakur
Abstract:
Present investigation was conducted to evaluate the influence of herbal supplementation on percent dressed yield and percent organ weights of broilers during coccidiosis. 168, one day old broiler chicks were divided into 7 groups, with 2 replicates of 12 chicks each. Broilers of group I and II were provided unsupplemented diet. Broilers of group III and IV were provided 0.0125% amprolium supplemented diet, whereas broilers of group V and VI were provided diet supplemented with 0.2% madar leaf powder and broilers of group VII were provided 0.4% madar leaf powder supplemented diet. On 15th day of experiment, broilers of group II, IV, VI and VII were infected with 50,000 mixed Eimeria sp. sporulated oocysts. Carcass traits as dressed yield % and organ weight % were higher in both infected and uninfected madar leaf powder supplemented groups followed by amprolium and unsupplemented groups, but difference was non-significant for percent dressed yield whereas significant for percent organ weights.
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Sakshi Chauhan, VS Singh, Vipul Thakur. Influence of herbal supplementation on dressed yield and percent organ weights of broilers during coccidiosis. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(3):249-252.
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