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|Title:||EFFECT OF PHYTASE ENZYME ON THE PRODUCTION PERFORMANCE OF JAPANESE QUAIL (Coturnix coturnix japonica)|
|Keywords:||Pllytase enzyme, Japanese quail, production parameters and tibia bone characteristics|
|Abstract:||An experiment was carried out with objectives of optimizing the level of phytase in Japanese quail rations, studying the effect of dietary phytase on the production performance and carcass quality in quail and working out the economics of different experimental rations. 1/1 vi/m analysis was conducted using raw feed ingredients (maize, soybean meal, de-oiled rice bran, rice bran and wheat bran) to optimize the level of phytase supplementation in Japanese quail rations. A six weeks biological trial was carried out in 700 day old straight run Japanese quail chicks randomly allotted to seven experimental groups with ﬁve replicates each containing twenty chicks. Based on the result of in vitro experiment the different experimental rations were formulated. The experimental groups included control (0.5 % available P) and 0.2 % available P containing DORB, RB and WB based diets with 0 and optimum levels of phytase.|
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