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Authors: Srinivasan, G
Jeichitra, V
TANUVAS
Title: EFFECT OF FEEDING DIFFERENT LEVELS OF SUNFLOWER CAKE AND ENZYME SUPPLEMENTATION ON EGG QUALITY TRAITS OF BREEDER QUAILS
Other Titles: International Journal of Food, Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences
Publisher: CIBTech
Language: en
Type: Article
Pages: 135-139
Volume: 2
Series/Report no.: ;3
Agrotags: Veterinary Science
Keywords: Japanese Quails, Sunflower Cake, Multi-Enzyme, Egg quality Traits
Abstract: The biological trial of twenty-four weeks duration was carried out with 400 adult Japanese quails equally and randomly distributed into ten treatment groups of two replicates. All the quails were housed in multi-tier breeder cages up to thirty weeks of age. The quails in control group were fed corn-soya based diet with no multi-enzyme supplementation. Treatment groups were fed on diets containing 25, 50, 75 and 100 per cent levels of sunflower cake replacing the groundnut cake on an isolysine and isomethionine basis with no multi-enzyme supplementation and, similar treatment groups were fed with multi-enzyme supplementation. The egg quality traits were neither influenced by feeding different levels of SFOC nor by enzyme supplementation indicating that no significant statistical difference could be observed among the traits studied.
Description: TNV_IJFAVS_2012_2(3)135-139
Issue Date: 2012
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