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Performance of Commercial Broiler Chicken Fed With Soya Oil Cake

N.S.Sonale, K. Rajendran, M. Moorthy and C. Kathirvelan

Department of Poultry Science, Veterinary College and Research Institute, Namakkal - 637 002, Tamilnadu

Published in the Indian Veterinary Journal April 2020: 97 (4) - pages 45 to 48
(Received: July, 2019, Accepted: November, 2019)


A study was undertaken in commercial broiler chicken to assess the effect of dietary supplementation of different levels of soya oil cake on production performance of in environmentally controlled housing system. Two hundred and fty one day-old, commercial feathered sexed broiler chicks were randomly grouped into ve treatments with ve replicates containing ten chicks each. The results of the experiment revealed that the group T3 and T4 had signicantly higher body weight and higher body weight gain than the other treatment and control groups. The cumulative feed consumption was signicantly lowest in the treatment groups T1 and T2 and the feed conversion ratio was signicantly (P<0.05) better in T3 and T4 groups

Key Words: soya oil cake, Performance, broiler chicken.

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