Xylanase on feed efficiency and serum biochemistry in broilers


Effect of supplementation of xylanase on feed efficiency and serum biochemistry in broilers)


Abida Niazi1, Amber Khan1, Zunaira Alina2, 3, Anam Asghar3, Bushra Ishfaq 3, Shaneel Kousar2, Laiba Riaz2, Ramsha Abbas2, Faiza Naseer*3

1University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Lahore, Pakistan

2Institue of pharmacy, Physiology and Pharmacology, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan

3Department of Pharmacy, Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan

 


Research Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacy-2d CodeTo study the working mechanisms for non-starch polysaccharides’ to improve the growth performance of broiler chickens, a 35-day feeding trial was conducted. Two dietary treatments were included: 1) wheat diet (the control); 2) wheat+xylanase diet .There were 5  groups with 3 replicates ,each replicates having 8 birds each for each treatment and the experimental diets were given to birds from hatch.  Group A was control and group B was treated with Xylanase concentration of 250IU/Kg feed, Group C was treated with Xylanase concentration of 500IU/Kg feed, Group D was treated with Xylanase concentration of 750IU/Kg feed and Group E was treated with Xylanase concentration of 1000IU/Kg feed.FCR and body weight were measured weekly. The vaccination was done according to schedule. Fresh Water provided at free labitum. The shed was properly maintained with respect to temperature and humidity. The Fumagination was properly and thoroughly done before the start of experiment. The xylanase supplement increased (p<0.05) body weight gain (BWG) and improved feed conversion ratio (FCR) at the end of the experiment but non-significant results were observed on serum biochemistry (p>0.05) by xylanase. (Key Words: Xylanase, weight gain, Serum biochemistry.


Keywords: Xylanase, weight gain, Serum biochemistry.

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