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Impact of different feeding programs on productive performance in broiler chicks

Authors: Sarood Samal Shawkat --- Saman Abdulmajid Rashid
Journal: Journal Of Kirkuk University For Agricultural Sciences مجلة جامعة كركوك للعلوم الزراعية ISSN: 22210482 Year: 2019 Volume: 2018 المؤتمر الدولي الزراعي الثالث Issue: عدد خاص Pages: 10-18
Publisher: Kirkuk University جامعة كركوك

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This study was conducted at the Bakrajo Poultry Farm, College of Agricultural Sciences, University of Sulaimani, Kurdistan Region, Iraq. Four hundred sixty eight day-old broiler chicks of Ross (308) were used. The experiment was applied on two weeks old chicks. The aim of the present research was to identify the effect of skip, remove and dilution of feed on broiler chick’s performance. The birds randomly distributed equally into twelve treatments and each treatment subdivided into 3 replicates as follows: T1: skip 0 day + remove nothing + dilution ratio (0:100) (Control), T2: skip 0 day + remove nothing + dilution ratio (10:90), T3: skip 0 day + removing time (10:00am – 14:00pm) + dilution ratio (0:100), T4: skip 0 day + removing time (10:00am – 14:00pm) + dilution ratio (10:90), T5: skip 0 day + removing time (10:00am – 18:00pm) + dilution ratio (0:100), T6: skip 0 day + removing time (10:00am – 18:00pm) + dilution ratio (10:90), T7: skip one day + remove nothing + dilution ratio (0:100), T8: skip one day + remove nothing + dilution ratio (10:90), T9: skip one day + removing time (10:00am – 14:00pm) + dilution ratio (0:100), T10: skip one day + removing time (10:00am – 14:00pm) + dilution ratio (10:90), T11: skip one day + removing time (10:00am – 18:00pm) + dilution ratio (0:100) and T12: skip one day + removing time (10:00am – 18:00pm) + dilution ratio (10:90). The effect of interaction between skip, removal and dilution factors on productive performance characteristics are summarized as follows: significant improvement (p≤0.05) in live body weight in period (36-42) days for T6 when compared with T7 and T11, significant improvement (p≤0.05) in body weight gain in period (29-35), (36-42) days and overall for T6 when compared with T7, significant improvement (p≤0.05) in production index in period (36-42) days for T6 when compared with T1 and significant improvement (p≤0.05) in the economic value (index) for T12 when compared with T2.

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