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Studies of managerial variables on broiler performance and abdominal fat levels

Ali Y. Hakimi

Studies of managerial variables on broiler performance and abdominal fat levels

by Ali Y. Hakimi

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Broilers (Poultry),
  • Leanness in chickens.,
  • Food -- Fat content.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ali Y. Hakimi.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination95 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages95
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15191463M

      It is interesting that bile acids can improve the absorption of dietary lipids which are not stored in abdominal fat. The abdominal fat pad is a reliable parameter for judging total body fat content because it is linked directly to total body fat content in avian species (Becker et al., ; Thomas et al., ).Cited by: Feed conversion and abdominal fat levels of female and combined sex were lower (P abdominal fat pads at 28 and 42 DOA or per gram fat at 42 DOA were observed between broilers fed the two feed by:

    This study was conducted to test the hypothesis that proper diet dilution ratio at early age might improve feed conversion ratio (FCR) and reduce body fat deposition of meat-type ducks. One hundred and fifty 1-day-old male and female White Pekin ducks (± g) were randomly assigned into three. Effects of Nutrient Density and Photoperiod on the Performance and Abdominal Fat of Broilers J.O. Oyedeji1 and J.O. Atteh 2 1Department of Agriculture, Benson Idahosa University, P. M. B. , Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria 2Department of Animal Production,University of Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria E-mail: [email protected]

      Broiler Betaine inclusion, % Performance effects Carcass effects Reference - Increased ADG - Decreased FCR - Increased breast yield - Decreased fat percentage Virtanen and Rosi, - Increased breast yield Virtanen and Rosi, Augustine et al., Matthews et al., Waldenstedt et al., The results of the study showed that the utilization of banana peel meal on ducks had lower yields (Pabdominal fat weight, but had higher feed conversion rather than basal feed : Bagus Andika Fitroh, Wihandoyo Wihandoyo, Supadmo Supadmo.


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Studies of managerial variables on broiler performance and abdominal fat levels by Ali Y. Hakimi Download PDF EPUB FB2

The reduction of fat deposits in the abdominal area of ready-to-cook fryers, considered a waste product in the poultry industry, has become a major opportunity for the researcher. Experiments were conducted to evaluate the merit of managerial practices affecting abdominal fat (AF) levels in broiler : Ali Y.

Hakimi. into account reduced growth, more variable performance, higher feed costs, and lower meat yields at the processing plant. Meeting the requirements of the customer inside the processing plant is key to successful broiler management. A processing plant's requirements will differ depending on what is being sold and what is.

The average abdominal fat showed at Table 3. The abdominal fat percentage levels were variation, from the lowest (gr, 2% probiotic) until the highest ( gr, without probiotic). The data were followed with statistic analysis.

The results indicated that all treatments have significantcy on the abdominal fat. Adding until 2% probiotic. A Comparison of Eight Grades of Fat as Broiler Feed Ingredients Article (PDF Available) in Poultry Science 81(3) April with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Dietary lipid sources, either of vegetable or animal origin, do not affect broiler performance, abdominal fat deposition, or tibia density and strength. SFA and PUFA levels and n-6/n-3 ratio of the diet have no effects on abdominal fat deposition of broilers.

REFERENCES. Bligh EG, Dyer WJ. Trial was carried out to determine the effects of the same fat sources on the performance of the broilers and fatty acid compositions of abdominal fat with totally broiler chicks. Feed consumption, body weight, feed conversion, abdominal fat/carcass yield and fatty acid levels of abdominal fat were determined.

Therefore, in the present study, an attempt was made to find out the effects of supplementing low protein diet with graded concentrations of Thr on performance, carcass variables, nutrient retention and immune responses in broiler chicks.

Materials and methods Birds and managementCited by: providing diets containing high levels of palm oil enhanced growth performance and survivability of heat-stressed broiler chickens. However, the addition of high level of fat to broiler rations may result in excessive visceral fat, loss of vitamin A and E by oxidation and changes in the flavour of poultry meats (Patrick and Schaible, ).

Background: Addition of fat has been shown to improve performance of broilers, but can also be ology: An experiment was designed to determine if early addition of fat might lead to performance improvements that would be maintained to market weight.

Forty nine days experiment was conducted to test the addition of 6 or 8% Yellow Grease (YG) to diets of. initiate broiler growth which eventually affect birds performance at marketable age.

Therefore, an experiment was planned to evaluate the effects of different energy and lysine levels along with constant crude protein in pre-starter diets on the performance, digestive tract development and carcass trait of broilers. The Effects of Different Levels of Dietary Protein, Energy and Using Fat on the Performance of Broiler Chicks at the end of the Third Weeks.

Asian Journal of Poultry Science, 5: DOI: /ajpsaj of this study was to evaluate the effects of two levels of feed restriction during different time intervals of the rearing pe-riod on broiler body weight and carcass traits.

2 Methods Housing and management This experiment was performed at the Faculty of Agriculture, Islamic Azad University, Rasht Branch, Iran, during the win-ter by: 8. significant (pabdominal fat content and enhanced carcass mass of broilers but organic selenium had no significant effect on abdominal fat or broiler performance.

[Gholam Reza Zaboli, Hasan Hoseynyan Bilondi, Abdolhossein Miri. The effect of dietary antioxidant supplements on abdominal fat deposition in Size: KB. evaluation of inclusion levels of full-fat soya bean meal in the growth performance of broiler starter diet ANIMAL HUSBANDRY, FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY A PROJECT PROPOSAL PRESENTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL SCIENCE, FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT.

The major goals of the poultry industry are to increase the carcass yield and to reduce carcass fatness, mainly the abdominal fat pad. The increase. abdominal fat in broilers, three levels of dietary animal fat (4, 7, and 10%) in isocaloric and iso-nitrogenous diets were fed in place of a carbohydrate energy source.

Three trials were conducted. As dietary animal fat increased, the amount of abdominal fat in broilers increased under both a moderate- and a high-temperature rearing regimen. In HSD, males fed a low ME diet had the lowest abdominal fat content, whereas the LSD females fed a high ME diet had the highest abdominal fat.

Table 5. Effect of dietary ME levels, stocking density, and sex on breast and thigh muscle yields and abdominal fat content of broiler chickens (n = 12) 1Cited by: Dietary treatments had a significant but variable effect on carcass yield (pabdominal fat or organ weights.

The results indicate that up to 7% DBP could be used in the broiler diet without impairing performance, ileal digestibility or organ weights. There are few experiments designed to study the effect of different levels of supplemental fat in low energy diets on performance and blood parameters of broiler chicks.

Therefore the purpose of the present study was to evaluate these effects on performance, some blood parameters and carcass characteristics of broiler chicks.

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mes could improve broiler performance and reduce the occurrence of metabolic disorders e.g. sudden death syndrome and ascites. The purpose of the present work was to design a comparative study on the beneficial effects of different dark-length programs on the incidence of ascites and metabolic parameters in fast growing broiler chickens.Effects of egg size (weight) and age on hatching performance and chick quality of broiler breeder Javid Iqbala, Sohail Hassan Khanb*, Nasir Mukhtara, Tanveer Ahmedc and Riaz Ahmed Pashad aDepartment of Poultry Science, Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi, Rawalpindi, Pakistan; bPoultry Research .Abstract: A total of five-hundred and fifty () day-old Cobb broiler chicks were used for a period of six weeks to study the effect of different stocking densities and feeding regime on the performance of broiler chicken.

The treatments under stocking densities were 1 (8 bird/mD 2), D 2 (10 bird/m), D 3 (12 bird/m 2) and D 4 (14 bird/m File Size: KB.