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The Combination Effect of Probiotic Prebiotic Lactic Acid Bacteria on Efciency of Feed Usage on Broiler Chicken

Emy Koestanti Sabdoningrum, Tri Bhawono Dadi and Erma Satri

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia

Published in the Indian Veterinary Journal May 2019 : 96 (5) - pages 79 to 80
(Received: December, 2018, Accepted: January, 2019)


This study aimed to replace antibiotics that have been used for antimicrobial activity for years with probiotics. T0: normal feed, T1: feed+probiotic L.acidophilus, T2: feed+probiotics L.casei, T3: feed+probiotics L.fermentum, T4: feed+probiotic L.plantarum, T5: feed+probiotic Pediococcus, T6: feed+mixture of probiotics. Two research stages: 1.basic feed: 23% protein (1st–3th weeks age), 2. grower- nisher feed: 21% protein (3st–5th weeks age). Result of the research: signicantly different feed efciency, the highest yield on T6, which wass provided with feeding+mixed probiotic (L.acidophilus, L.casei, L.fermentum, L.plantarum, Pediococcus).

Key Words: Probiotic Prebiotic, Lactic Acid, Feed Efciency, Broiler

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