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Vol. 10, Special Issue 1 (2021)

Effect of herbal lean meat formulation on hematological profile in commercial broilers

Author(s):
Megha Verma, Swati Thakur, Abhinaba Maiti, R Huozha, Bhaskar Ganguly and SK Rastogi
Abstract:
The study was conducted for six weeks in commercial broiler birds to evaluate the effect of herbal lean meat formulation viz., AV/HLP/16 and AV/LMP/10 (M/S Ayurvet Ltd India). One hundred and eighty (180) broiler birds were randomly allocated into three groups, i.e., Control, Treatment (1) and Treatment (2) having four replicates in each. Control group was fed a standard basal diet without any supplementation and group T1 and T2 were supplemented with AV/HLP/16@500g/tonne of feed and AV/LMP/10 @500g/tonne of feed respectively. At the end of the trial period (42day) it was found that Hb% was significantly higher in T1 group (10.29±0.274b) followed by T2 group (9.62±0.100ab) in comparison to control group (8.99±0.249a).Lymphocyte count was also slightly higher in T1 group (59.98±0.76) as compared to T2 (59.74±0.23) and control group (58.57±0.61).Also, H:L ratio was slightly lower in T1 group in comparison to T2 and control. However, no significant changes were observed in TEC, TLC, PCV and leucocytes count among all the groups. Thus, it was concluded that AV/HLP/16 group has a better effect in terms of haemoglobin % and lymphocyte count followed by AV/LMP/10 in comparison to control group.
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How to cite this article:
Megha Verma, Swati Thakur, Abhinaba Maiti, R Huozha, Bhaskar Ganguly and SK Rastogi. Effect of herbal lean meat formulation on hematological profile in commercial broilers. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(1S): 91-93. DOI: 10.22271/tpi.2021.v10.i1Sb.5531
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