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Carcass Quality of Broiler Supplemented with Spirulina, Kelor Leaves (Moringa oliefera), and Probiotic

Herinda Pertiwi, Romziah Sidik, Emy Koestanty Sabdoningrum and Tri Bhawono Dadi

Veterinary Paramedic Program, Department of Health Faculty of Vocational Studies. Departement of Husbandry, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Airlangga University. Jalan Mulyorejo Surabaya 60115 Indonesi

Published in the Indian Veterinary Journal November 2019 : 96 (11) - pages 39 to 41
(Received: April, 2019, Accepted: July, 2019)


This study was conducted to investigate the effect of spirulina, kelor leaves (Moringa oliefera), and probiotic supplementation in the broilers diet. 40 male day old chicks of broilers were randomly divided into 4 groups with 2 replications, with 5 chicks each. The dietary treatments were basal diet with spirulina, kelor, and probiotics, except control group.after 35 days were reared, there was no signicant effect of carcass weight among the groups, however breast and upper hight weight were signicantly improved. This study indicated that supplementation of spirulina, kelor leaf and probiotic could increase muscle development on breast and upper thight region.

Key Words: broilers, carcass quality, kelor leaves, probiotic, spirulina

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