Efficiency of Hepato-Modulator Supplement to Broilers

Authors : Banisa S. Jumawan, Albino N. Taer

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 11 - November

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A study involving plant-based extract and ninety commercial Cobb broiler bird samples was conducted to evaluate the efficiency of commercial Cynara scolymus extract (CCSE) in the production performance traits of poultry as a potential alternative supplement source of multivitamins. The study was done in thirty-five days of rearing. Experimental chickens were randomly assigned to nine cage pens. Broilers' initial weights were gathered and recorded before giving of the experimental treatment. The inclusion of the experimental CCSE was mixed to the drinking water of the broilers approximately 1 ml and 2 ml per 4 liters water. Experimental treatments were 10 grams of commercial multivitamin granules (CMVG) in 4 L water as (T0), 1 ml CCSE in 4 L water as (T1), and 2 ml CCSE in 4 L water as (T2) respectively. The growth production performance was assessed for final weight, feed conversion efficiency, weight gain, mortality rate, feed consumption, and carcass recovery and return on investment (ROI). Analysis of Variance was used to determine the difference among the three treatment means. Results showed that there were no significant differences observed among the three treatments. In totality, the inclusion of Cynara scolymus extract in the broilers water had an insignificant influence on the overall performance of the poultry.

Keywords : Cynara Scolymus, Hepato-Modulator, Multivitamins, Plant Extract, and Natural Supplement.


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