The Influence of Different Part of Soybean in Mixture for Nutrition of One-Day Chick to 18 Weeks Age Chickens from Italian Breed in Individual Conditions

Cilev, Goce and Pavlovski, Zlatica and Radulovic, Stamen and Stojanovski, Saso and Pacinovski, Nikola and Davidovski, Zivko (2020) The Influence of Different Part of Soybean in Mixture for Nutrition of One-Day Chick to 18 Weeks Age Chickens from Italian Breed in Individual Conditions. ЖИВОТНОВЪДНИ НАУКИ, LVII (4).

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The aim of this experiment was examine the influence of different part of soybean in mixture for nutrition of one-day chick to 18 weeks age chickens from Italian breed in individual conditions in North Macedonia. The research was conducted in the individual conditions in village Stenche, near by the Tetovo, North Macedonia in 2018 year. The research was done on Italian breed chickens, kept the flooring system of two clusters of 40 chickens, 6 or 12 m2 in the initial phase. When breeding chicks were used 2 or 4 bulbs of 200 W, 2 or 4 and 2 feeders and drinkers for both clusters. Despite light bulbs for a program it used to maintain the warmth of chicks (replacement for artificial brooder). The water was changed every 24 hours (1 day), the first 7 days in water was added after one teaspoon Zivamicyn and the food was consistently fresh and feeders were constantly maintained. The survey was conducted in the period from 06/04/2018–13/08/2018, of one group, while the second group the same survey was conducted in the period from 06/04/2018–03/09/2018, within the this time period studied two influences and first impact of 30% soybean intake and growth of chickens in individual conditions and the impact of the second 20% soybean in the diet of chickens in individual conditions. The average body weight (ABW) on the first day in chicks feed with 30% of soybean was 45.60 grams and in those feed 20% of soybean was 45.20 grams, which means the difference in weight between the two flocks 0.40 grams. The average weight of growth (AWG) on 30 days in chickens feed with 30% of soybean was 249.825 grams and in those feed 20% soybean was 173.175 grams, then the dif�ference between the two flocks is 76.65 grams. Average of consumed food (ACF) per day in chickens feed with 30% soybean export 20 grams or within 30 days is 600 grams, while that of those feed 20% soybean was the same as in chickens from a flock of 30% soybean. The average weight of growth (AWG) on 31–60 day in chickens feed with 30% of soybean was 830.60 grams and in those feed 20% of soybean was 638.60 grams, then the difference between the two flocks is 192.00 grams. Average of consumed food (ACF) per day in chickens feed with 30% of soybean was 37.50 grams or for 30 days is 1125 grams and in those feed 20% soybean was the same as in chickens from a flock of 30% soybean. The average weight of growth (AWG) on 61–90 day in chickens feed with 30% of soybean was 1031.02 grams and in those feed 20% of soybean was 903.55 grams, then the difference between the two flocks is 127.47 grams. Average of consumed food (ACF) per day in chickens feed with 30% of soybean was 45.8 grams or for 30 days was 1374 grams and in those feed 20% soybean was the same as in chickens from a flock of 30% soybean. The average weight of growth (AWG) on 91–126 days (18 weeks) in chickens feed with 30% of soybean was 1403.50 grams, than average weight of growth (AWG) on 91–148 days (22 weeks) in those feed 20% of soybean amounted 1413.27 grams. The average consumed food (ACF) per day in chickens feed with 30% of soybeans was 48.6 grams or for a period of 36 days 91–126 days (18 weeks) was 1800 grams and in those feed 20% of soybean was 45.20 grams or for a period of 57 days 91–148 days (22 weeks) was 2850 grams. Average of consumed food (ACF) in chicken for the entire period in chickens feed with 30% soybean was 4900 grams and in those feed 20% soybean was 5950 grams, mean difference in diet between the two flocks was 1050 grams, less in favor of group of chicks fed with 30% of soybean. As a general conclusion from the research pushed fact that chicks feed 30% of soybean over the period of one day chicken 18 weeks of age, i.e laying hens (bright piece) achieved nearly identical weight as chicks feed 20% soybean (up to 22 weeks of age), but for a shorter period of 28 days (4 weeks) and lower consumption of food for about 1050 grams or achieve better conversion and a speedier laying eggs

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Scientific Fields (Frascati) > Agricultural Sciences > Veterinary science
Divisions: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Depositing User: Mr Aleksandar Lozanovski
Date Deposited: 06 May 2021 07:26
Last Modified: 06 May 2021 07:26
URI: http://eprints.uklo.edu.mk/id/eprint/6378

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