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Effect of different levels of Bentonite with varying energy levels on the performance of broilers



Effect of different levels of Bentonite with varying energy levels on the performance of broilers



International Journal of Agriculture and Biology 3(1): 85-88



Two hundred and forty day old broiler chicks were used to investigate the effect of adding 0, 2.5, 3.5 and 4.5% of Sodium Bentonite along with two levels of metabolizable energy 3000 and 2800 Kcal/kg on weight gain, feed consumption, feed efficiency, economics of production and dressing percentage. During starter phase, there was significant (P<0.05) effect of four Bentonite and two energy levels on weight gain.

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