THE EFFECT OF CELLULOSIC CATEGORIES FROM COMBINED FORAGES WITH SUNFLOWER MEAL ON BROILER CHICKENS

RAMONA BIANCA TETILEANU, D. DRINCEANU, LAVINIA STEF, I. LUCA, C. JULEAN, VOICHITA GHERASIM, T.G.A. BERLOVAN

Abstract


In this experiment we have studied the effect of cellulosic categories from combined forages with sunflower meal on nutritive and bioproductive indices at broiler chickens. The experiment was carried out on 90 broiler chickens divided in three experimental groups: CG, EG1 and EG2. At control group was incorporated in combined forage 20% barley, at EG1 was incorporated 20% barley and 10% sunflower meal of good quality (36% CP) and at EG2 was incorporated 20% barley and 10% sunflower meal of poor quality (27% CP). At the age of 3 and 6 weeks were determined the nutritive and bioproductive indices. The highest forage consumption is registered at CG at which in the structure of combined forages was incorporated barley in proportion of 20% and was with 12.02% higher comparative with EG1 and with 5.9% higher comparative with EG2. The incorporation of barley and sunflower meal in the structure of combined forages fed to broiler chickens determines the reduction of body weight with 11.18% at EG2 and with 9.55% at EG1. The highest specific consumption is registered at EG2 and is with 6.52% higher comparative with control group.


Keywords


cellulosic categories; sunflower meal; broiler chickens

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