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Effect of Dietary Plant Extracts (Coxynil®, Growell®, Respowell®) in Broilers
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  • Journal title : Journal of Life Science
  • Volume 19, Issue 11,  2009, pp.1547-1552
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Life Science
  • DOI : 10.5352/JLS.2009.19.11.1547
 Title & Authors
Effect of Dietary Plant Extracts (Coxynil®, Growell®, Respowell®) in Broilers
Cho, Sang-Beum; Kwon, Seung-Hyun; Lee, Jun-Hyeong; Lee, Yun-Jeong; Kang, Chang-Won; Paik, Hyun-Dong; Chang, Byung-Joon; Kim, Soo-Ki;
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 Abstract
This study was carried out to evaluate the supplementation effect of dietary natural plant extracts (NP: , and ) on broiler chickens. Forty thousand male broilers with 7 days adaptation after hatching were fed experiment diets for 34 days. The supplementation effects of NP on growth performance, blood parameters and biopsy were examined with twenty thousand broilers as the treatment group. Twenty thousand broilers for the control group (CON) were fed the diet with salinomycin-6, clopidol-25, enramycin-1, and BMD-2.5. In the diet of the treatment group, the antibiotics were replaced with 0.03%, 0.035% and 0.03% of , and , respectively. The weight gain of the treatment group was increased but the feed intake was decreased, indicating that feed efficiency was increased compared to the CON. The mortality of the NP group was also lower compared to the CON group (1,008 birds to 1,693 birds), showing positive dietary effects from natural plant extracts. In the activity of infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV) and new cattle disease virus (NDV) antibodies, the NP showed lower antibody titer levels for both of IBDV and NDV compared to the CON. The levels of total cholesterol, HDL-cholesterol, globulin, and IgG in blood did not show significant differences between the groups. In the microscopic tissue analysis, no significant differences were detected. These results may suggest that a complex of three natural plant extracts can be used as alternative antibiotics in broilers.
 Keywords
Natural plant extracts;broiler;antibiotics;performance;blood parameters;
 Language
Korean
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