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Performance of commercial broiler strains under experimental aflatoxicosis

Performance of commercial broiler strains under experimental aflatoxicosis

Indian Journal of Poultry Science 35(2): 176-180

A trial was conducted to study the response to three commercial broiler strains to experimental aflatoxicosis. Three commercial broiler strains were fed with diets containing either 0.00 or 0.20 ppm of aflatoxin B1 from Aspergillus parasiticus for a period of 8 weeks. Control groups of each strain recorded better immune response against Newcastle disease, body weight, feed consumption, feed efficiency and livability than their contemporary toxin-fed groups.

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