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Effect of sugar beet mixed feed for fattening of Jinding male duck available in Khulna, Bangladesh

Munir Ahmed, Muhammad Ashraful Islam, Md. Lutfor Rahman, Sankar Prosad Mandal, Sumona Rani Das.

This study was aimed to economic evaluation of using of sugar beet for fattening Jinding duck. A total number of 160, male one day old, Jinding ducklings were used in this study. All ducks were weighed individually and distributed randomly among 4 treatments, each treatment includes 40 ducklings were nearly similar in initial average body weights and each treatment was 4 blocks of 13 ducklings. Chemical analysis for rations was applied and different productive and economic measures applied. The results showed significant differences (p>0.05) among all groups for the final body weight where the control groups it was 389.40251.87 gram and for T2, T3, and T4 the final body weight were 641.93503.98, 693.55500.33, 693.55500.33 respectively. And also there were significant differences (p< 0.05) among all groups for the total feed intake were at the control groups it was 903.83467.34 and for the T2, T3, and T4 for the total feed intake were 792.70483.25, 845.60471.20 and 833.98465.28 gram respectively. The feed conversion rate showed significant difference (p

Key words: Jinding ducklings; sugar beet; feed conversion rate; gross margin

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