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Haematogical and Blood Biochemical Values of Broiler Chicks Fed Broken Eggs Content

Haematogical and Blood Biochemical Values of Broiler Chicks Fed Broken Eggs Content

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Title: Haematogical and Blood Biochemical Values of Broiler Chicks Fed Broken Eggs Content
Author: Ibrahim, Mohameden Hamed Abdulla
Abstract: this experiment was conducted to determine the effect of feeding of broken eggs content to broiler chicks on some blood constituents. One hundred and sixty, day-old broiler chicks were used. Birds were divided into four equal groups with four replicates of ten birds /each,. The birds were fed on isocaloric and isonitrogenous diets with broken eggs content at different levels (0%, 2%, 4% and 6%). The diets were formulated to meet the nutrients requirements according to NRC (1994). Complete randomized design was employed for the experiment. which lasted for seven weeks. Sixteen chicks, (4 birds/replicate) were randomly selected for slaughtering and allowed to bleed to collected blood sample. Serum were separated and analyzed for the concentrations of glucose, total protein, triglyceride and uric acid. Blood collected in heparinized tubes were used for haematogical study, HB g/dl, PCV%, total white blood cells conunt (TWBCs) mm and total red blood cells count (TRBCs) . Result showed that the biochemical parameters on glucose, protein, triglyceride, and uric acid the blood indices, HB g/dl, packed cell volume (PCV%), total white blood cells conunt (TWBCs) and total red blood cells count (TRBCs) , were not significantly affected by dietary treatment value of serum were not significant (p>0.05), . In conclusion, feeding broken eggs content showed no adverse effect on blood constituents of broiler chicks .
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/25211


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