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Effect of enzyme addition in maize and bajra (Pennisetum typhoides) based diets on carcass traits and economics of broiler production



Effect of enzyme addition in maize and bajra (Pennisetum typhoides) based diets on carcass traits and economics of broiler production



Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology 3(1): 37-43



The experiment was conducted to assess meat production potentiality and economics of broiler raising on bajra (Pennisetum typhoides) based diet with and without mixed enzyme preparation. Accordingly, two hundred day-old broiler chicks were distributed into 30 groups of 6-7 each. The birds were allotted to 10 dietary treatments in triplicate groups (replicates).

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