Effect of dietary supplementation of herbal growth promoter on performance of commercial broiler chicken

DOI: 10.18805/ijar.11420    | Article Id: B-3159 | Page : 1097-1100
Citation :- Effect of dietary supplementation of herbal growth promoteron performance of commercial broiler chicken .Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2017.(51):1097-1100

J.D. Mahanta, B. Borgohain, Mihir Sarma, D. Sapcota and Jakir Hussain

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Department of Poultry Science, College of Veterinary Science, Guwahati-781 022, Assam, India.

Submitted Date : 28-12-2015
Accepted Date : 19-03-2016

Abstract

The present study was conducted to evaluate the effect of a Commercial Herbal Growth Promoter (CHGP) with a combination of selective nine numbers of herbs on the performance of broiler chicken. A total of 120 day-old commercial broiler chicks having similar body weight from a single hatch were procured and chicks were randomly distributed into four groups viz, T0 (standard basal diet as control), T1 (basal diet + 1.0 % CHGP powder), T2 (basal diet + 2.0 % CHGP powder) and T3 (basal diet + 3.0 % CHGP powder) comprising 30 chicks in each groups. All the birds were managed under uniform managemental condition. The final body weight was significantly (P£0.01) highest in T2 (2059.83 g) followed by T3 (1956.67 g), T0 (1845.33 g) and T1 (1825.17 g). In respect of overall Feed Conversion Ratios (FCR), T2 group showed significantly (P£0.05) best FCR value of 1.69 followed by T3 (1.77), T0 (1.85) and T1 (1.87). The study revealed that there was increased body weight, improved FCR, higher BPEI, cent per cent livability and increased gross profit per broiler in birds offered 2% CHGP powder as herbal growth promoter. 

Keywords

Broiler chicken Herbal growth promoter Performance.

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