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EFFECT OF ALOE VERA AND VITAMIN C ON PRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE AND QUALITIES TRAILS OF EGGS IN JAPANESE LAYING QUAILS
تأثير الالوفيرا وفيتامين C في الأداء الإنتاجي وصفات البيض النوعية لطير السلوى الياباني

Author: Mokalad Oraibi Hasan
Journal: Euphrates Journal of Agriculture Science مجلة الفرات للعلوم الزراعية ISSN: 38752072 Year: 2014 Volume: 6 Issue: 3 Pages: 17-29
Publisher: Al-kasim University جامعة القاسم الخضراء

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ABSTRACT: This study was carried out in the Animal farm, department of Animal Resource, College of Agriculture, University of Tikrit during the period from 26 feb.2013 to 26 apr.2013, to investigating effect of Aloe vera leafs gel and Vitamin C which added to drinking water on the productive performance of Japanese female quails (Coturnix coturnix japonica) at 25 weeks of age. Water and feed were provided ad libitum during the experimental period. 60 female quails reared in cages and distributed in to four Treatments, each group contained 15 birds each group divided into 3 Replicates, each replicate contained 5 birds. (T1) is control, (T2) contained (100 ml/liter water) Aloe vera, (T3) contained (250mg/liter) Vitamin C and (T4) contained (100 ml/liter water) Aloe vera with (250mg/liter) Vitamin C. The effects of Treatments in mean total periods on feed consumption, feed efficiency, body weight, egg weight, shell egg %, albumen height, albumen index, yolk diameter, shell egg thickness, egg shape index and haugh unit were no significant (P<0.05). The effect of Aloe vera at (100 ml/liter water) were found significant (P<0.05) on total cumulative egg number, Hen Day egg production(H.D) and albumin diameter compared to control. The effect of Vitamin C at (250 mg/liter water) showed significant (P<0.05) on egg mass and yolk % compared to control and also on yolk/ albumin% compared to T4. The effect of (100 ml/liter water) Aloe vera with (250mg) Vitamin C together on albumin % and yolk height showed significant (P<0.05) compared when used Vitamin C at (250 mg/liter water) and yolk height compared to control. Based on the findings of the present study, it was concluded treatment that contained (100 ml/liter water) of Aloe vera with (250mg/liter water) of Vitamin C was effective in improving performance of Japanese laying quail. (Key Words: Japanese quail, Aloe vera, Vitamin C, Productive performance and Qualities traits of the eggs).

أجريت هذه التجربة في قاعة تربية طائر السلوى في حقول الثروة الحيوانية- كلية الزراعة- جامعة تكريت للفترة من 26 شباط لغاية 26 نيسان 2013. والهدف من التجربة لمعرفة تأثير استخدام الالوفيرا وفيتامين C في الأداء الإنتاجي وبعض صفات البيض النوعية لإناث طائر السلوى الياباني(Coturnix coturnix japonica) عند عمر 25 أسبوع وتم تقديم العلف والماء بشكل حر خلال فترة التجربة. تضمنت التجربة 60 طير وزعت الطيور بشكل عشوائي على أربعة معاملات بواقع 15 طير لكل معاملة وكل معاملة تضم 3 مكررات وكل مكرر يضم 5 طيور. وكانت المعاملة الأولى هي معاملة السيطرة والمعاملة الثانية احتوت على 100 مللتر من المستخلص المائي للالوفيرا /لتر ماء أما المعاملة الثالثة فتم إضافة 250 ملغرام فيتامينC / لتر ماء في حين احتوت المعاملة الرابعة على(100مللتر الوفيرا و250 ملغرام فيتامين C)/ لتر ماء أظهرت نتائج التجربة لا توجد فروق معنوية بين المعاملات 0.05)

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EFFECT OF PARSLEY SEEDS (Petroselinum crispum) AS FEED ADDITIVE ON PRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE IN JAPANESE LAYING QUAILS

Author: Mokalad Oraibi Hasan
Journal: Diyala Journal of Agricultural Sciences مجلة ديالى للعلوم الزراعية ISSN: 20739524 Year: 2016 Volume: 8 Issue: 1 Pages: 36-43
Publisher: Diyala University جامعة ديالى

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This study was conducted in the Animal farm, department of Animal Resources, College of Agriculture, University of Tikrit during the period from 11 March,2014 to 11 May,2014 to investigate the effect of adding Parsley seeds (Petroselinum crispum) in the diets on feed consumption, feed efficiency and egg production in the performance of Japanese quails (Coturnix coturnix japonica). Ninety six laying quails (72 females and 24 males) at 48 weeks of age were reared in cages and randomly allocated with 4 dietary treatments one was the control group (without any additives) (T1); the others were (0.5 %, 1.0 % and 1.5 % parsley) added to (T2, T3 and T4) respectively, each group consist of 24 birds and divided to 3 Replicates (8 birds). Water and feed were provided ad libitum during the experimental period. There were no significant difference in egg weight and feed efficiency among the groups while there were significant in hen day egg production (H.D %), total cumulative egg number, egg mass and feed consumption due to parsley seeds in quail compared with control. Concluded from this study that use of parsley to improve productive performance of Japanese quails.

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