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Vol. 11, Special Issue 5 (2022)

Effect of dietary supplementation and different bedding materials on the performance index of Japanese quail

Author(s):
Gaurav Pargi, Pushpa Lamba, AK Jhirwal, SC Goswami, Vivek Saharan, Praveen Pilaniya, Shweta Choudhary and DS Manohar
Abstract:
A study of 42 days was conducted on 360-dayold Japanese quail chicks, randomly divided in to 12 groups (T1-T12) and each group was replicated into two sub-groups (R1 and R2) to evaluate the effect of incorporation of Giloy and neem at 0.5% alone and in combination, along with effect of different bedding materials such as sand and saw dust on performance index of Japanese quail. The data was analysed by 3×4 factorial interaction design and performance index was calculated weekly. The results revealed that the group reared on saw dust and supplemented with Giloy herb (T21) reported minimum and best performance index however if we compare between dietary incorporation then the overall best performance index was recorded in group fed with Giloy alone. Also between different bedding materials, saw dust and wheat straw as bedding materials proves to have better performance index as compared to sand.
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How to cite this article:
Gaurav Pargi, Pushpa Lamba, AK Jhirwal, SC Goswami, Vivek Saharan, Praveen Pilaniya, Shweta Choudhary and DS Manohar. Effect of dietary supplementation and different bedding materials on the performance index of Japanese quail. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(5S): 1791-1795.

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