Different Diets in Broiler Chickens Feed

Olimpia Colibar, Daniel Popovici

Abstract


Broiler chickens (one-day age) and special commercial feed for this category were used. Commercial diet of three feed producers (one from Romania –group III and two from Hungary – group II and IV) and a home-made diet formula (containing usual sorts of raw materials and supplements for this category -group I) were tested in four homogenous broiler groups. In spite of appropriate initial weight (41 g) after 42 days of different feeding, group III registered the higher body weight (3,01 kg) comparing with control group (2,11 kg.). Groups II and IV had medium values Even the feed conversion shows significant differences the price for all period / kg body weight was less fluctuates.

Keywords


commercial diets; broiler chickens; soya

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