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Production Traits Optimization with Polyherbal Performance Enhancer in Layer Birds

S. J. Manwar, D. H. Rekhate, M.V. Joshi, S. P. Waghmare, S.V. Kuralkar, M. J. Saxena, K. Ravikanth, S. Maini, A. Choudhary.

Abstract
40 healthy, day old BV 300 layer chicks were randomly allotted into 2 treatment groups. Group T0 (n=20) control group birds were offered standard basal ration only from day 0 to week 38th and Group T1 (n=20) birds were offered basal feed along Xlivpro premix at 250g/tonne of feed (Excellent Performance Enhancer) (M/s Ayurvet Limited) regularly from day 0 to week 38th. Efficacy of product supplementation was evaluated on the basis of parameter viz. body weight, feed conversion ratio, hen housed egg production, age at first egg, serum biochemical parameters, egg quality traits and economics. Statistical analysis of results revealed that Xlivpro premix supplementation significantly improved the layer birds performance. Improvement in egg production and quality traits revealed beneficial effects of supplementing Xlivpro premix in treatment group over untreated control group.

Key words: Polyherbal Performance Enhancer, Hen Housed Egg Production, Feed Efficiency


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