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Effect of exogenous enzyme in diet on broiler performance



Effect of exogenous enzyme in diet on broiler performance



International Journal of Poultry Science 2(2): 168-173



A total of 144 day-old straight run Arbor Acres broiler chicks were fed on 4 iso-nitrogenous and iso-energetic diets; starter control contained 22.1% CP and 2924 Kcal/kg ME and finisher control had 19.25% CP and 3005 Kcal/kg ME. In three test diets exogenous Alquerzim (1 g/kg), Roxazyme-G (0.01 g/kg) and Feedzyme (0.05 g/kg) were supplemented to control diet to observe whether addition of exogenous enzyme improves efficiency of broiler production.

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