Volume 58 (2008) Issue: 2008 No#1

Effects of organic selenium and mannan oligosaccharides on the productivity and health of phesant chicken (Phasianus colchicus)

Author(s): Šperanda Marcela, Florijančić T, Bošković I, Bogut I, Gutzmirtl H, Grgurić D, Senčić Đ, Antunović Z

Keywords:common pheasant, growth intensity, Selplex®, Bio- Mos®, biochemical and haematological parameters, carcass characteristic

The investigation included 37 pheasant chickens divided into three groups (control and two experimentals groups) which were all fed with a standard starter feed mixture (28% crude protein and 11.7 MJ ME/kg) for the first 28 days and then with a grower for pheasant chickens (24% of crude protein and 12.1 MJ ME/kg). Sel-Plex® was added to the first experimental group in a concentration of 0.2%. A biochemical investigation of the blood samples on the 70th day of the trial showed a significantly (P<0.05) lower concentration of creatinine and triacylglicerol (P<0.01), a significantly (P<0.05) higher level of band heterophils and a significantly lower (P<0.05) skin and offal weight (P<0.01). The highly valuable parts of the carcasses between groups were with no significant differences. Bio-Mos® (2 g/kg feed) was added to the second experimental group. These chickens had a higher level of glucose, triacylglicerol, lymphocites and monocytes, but with no statistical significance (P>0.05), when compared to the control.

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