Productive Parameters and Intestinal Morphometry Using Pronutrients Intestinal Conditioners
During the XXX Biovet International Symposium, Dr. Rosemberg, Dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences of the Universidad Científica del Sur (Lima), presented this essay on the use of the intestinal conditioner, (pronutrients) Alquernat Nebsui (product of Biovet S.A.). In this trial, the effect of the intestinal conditioner on the productive parameters and intestinal morphometry was analyzed.
Alquernat Nebsui is an intestinal conditioner that optimizes the utilization of nutrients leading to an improvement of growth performance and a lower prevalence of subclinical diseases, without causing the appearance of bacterial resistance or requiring withdrawal period. Therefore, it is proven to be a good alternative for antibiotic growth promoters, with improved growth performance and without withdrawal period or toxicity.
The duration of the trial is from the day 0 to the sacrifice (42 days). It has been tested in three hundred of broilers (lineage Cobb Vantress 500), separated in three batch with one hundred animals apiece and replicating ten time each batch, so all the batches have ten groups of ten animals.
The control batch, treatment 1, have been fed with basal diet, the pronutrient batch treatment2, with basal diet and Alquernat Nebsui®, and the Antibiotic grown promoter batch, treatment 3, have been fed with basal diet plus bacitracin methylene disalicylate.
The study has two objectives with the purpose of improving the productive parameters. One general and another specific.
General: Evaluate the productive parameters in broilers supplemented with a commercial product based in pronutrients (Alquernat Nebsui) versus an antibiotic growth promoter (AGP) in the experimental poultry unit of the Universidad Científica del Sur.
Specific: evaluate the Feed Conversion Rate in broilers supplemented with pronutrients versus an AGP. Evaluate intestinal morphometry
- Feed intake
- Weekly weight gain
- Final weight gain
- Feed Conversion Rate (FCR)
- European Productive Efficiency Index (FED)
- Intestinal morphometry
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