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  • year : 2013
  • How to cite : , 2013 , 1 (2) ,pp: 109-112
  • Abstract : This experiment was conducted to evaluate the effect of feeding broiler chicks on diets containing graded levels of raw pigeon pea seeds (PPS ) supplemented by essential caraway oil (ECO) {200 ml/100kg). One hundred and twenty, 7-day old broiler chicks (Ross 308) were divided into five groups (A,B,C,D and E). Each group was subdivided into four replicates with six chicks per each in a completely randomized design (CRD). Five iso-caloric, iso-nitrogenous diets were formulated. Diet A was as acontrol (no pigeon pea, no caraway oil). Diets B, C, D and E contained 5, 10, 15 and 20% of raw pigeon pea seeds supplemented with 200ml/100kg caraway oil. Results obtained showed that the overall data for performance of chicks fed diet contained 20% pigeon pea seed supplemented with caraway oil recorded significant (p≤0.05) improvement over the control group in body weight, body weight gain and feed intake; however, the dietary had no effect on feed conversion ratio and mortality. It is concluded that addition of 200 ml/100kg caraway oil to raw pigeon pea seed is eliminate or reduce the anti-nutritional factors in pigeon pea seed, so, indicating that the caraway oil can be as anatural inhibitor for anti-natural factors.
  • Author :
  • Mukhtar A, Mukhtar Atif E
  • Amal O
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