Supplementation Nigella sativa seeds and Thymus vulgaris leaves powder in broiler diet and effect on chemical composition of main carcass parts
This work done in farm kosh Taba closed Erbil city from 20/4/2016till 25/5/2016. Aimed this experiment to seeking effect of supplemented Individual and combining powders of Nigella sativa and Thymus vulgaris leaves. A total number of 200 one day old straight run broiler (Ross-308 hybrid) chicks were divided to four dietary treatments each of treatment with 5 replicate, each of replicate has 10 chicks, the control group (C) without any supplement sources treatment one (T1) supplement 0.50 % of powder Nigella sativa seeds, treatment two (T2) supplement 0.50 % of Thymus vulgaris, treatment three (T3) supplement mixing of 0.25% powder Nigella sativa seeds and 0.25% of Thymus vulgaris both. This study focused on effect supplement two type of herbs on determination of chemical composition for main carcasses parts muscle (breast and thigh). Results observed significant (P≤0.01) among all treatment. High value for moisture, protein, fat and total cholesterol was in T3, T2, C and C respectively, while insignificant (P≥0.01) among all treatments for Ash. For thigh with same parameters results observed significant (P≤0.01) with all treatment high value for moisture, protein, fat and total cholesterol was in [T1, T2, C and C, T3 respectively, while insignificant (P≥0.01) among all treatments for Ash.
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