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Asian-Australasian journal of animal sciences v.18 no.4, 2005년, pp.545 - 551   피인용횟수: 5

Effects of Dietary Vitamins C and E on Egg Shell Quality of Broiler Breeder Hens Exposed to Heat Stress

Chung, M.K.    (College of Life Sciences and Biotechnology, Korea University   ); Choi, J.H.    (College of Life Sciences and Biotechnology, Korea University   ); Chung, Y.K.    (Dang-Jin Livestock Cooperative Feed Mill   ); Chee, K.M.    (College of Life Sciences and Biotechnology, Korea University  );
  • 초록

    A feeding trial was conducted to determine whether dietary vitamin C (200 mg/kg) and vitamin E (250 mg/kg) prevent any drops in egg shell quality under heat stress in broiler breeder hens. One hundred and sixty molted Ross broiler breeders were housed randomly in an individual cage at 83 weeks of age. Four dietary treatments with forty hens and four replications per treatment were control (no additional vitamins), vitamin C-, or vitamin E-supplemented and combined supplementation of the two vitamins. After a tenday-adaptation period at 25 $^{\circ}C$ , the ambient temperature was kept at 32 $^{\circ}C$ for a three-week-testing period. Egg production dropped dramatically over week but it did not show a significant change among treatments (p


  • 주제어

    Vitamin C .   Vitamin E .   Egg Shell Quality .   Heat Stress .   H/L Ratios .   Broiler Breeder Hen.  

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