2022
DOI: 10.1016/j.japr.2022.100257
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Comparative effects of feeding single- and multi-strain probiotics to commercial layers on the productive performance and egg quality indices

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“…Enhanced laying performance often reflects egg mass output and egg weight. Our findings revealed a significant improvement in egg weight and egg mass in response to dietary probiotics, and this is in line with previous reports that probiotics exerted a beneficial effect on egg weight ( Zhan et al, 2019 ; Wang Y. et al, 2021 ; Ray et al, 2022 ). The improvement suggests that probiotics are natural growth enhancers through efficient nutrient utilization.…”
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“…Enhanced laying performance often reflects egg mass output and egg weight. Our findings revealed a significant improvement in egg weight and egg mass in response to dietary probiotics, and this is in line with previous reports that probiotics exerted a beneficial effect on egg weight ( Zhan et al, 2019 ; Wang Y. et al, 2021 ; Ray et al, 2022 ). The improvement suggests that probiotics are natural growth enhancers through efficient nutrient utilization.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 93%
“…This claim is supported by previous studies in laying hens, which demonstrated that probiotic-induced improvement in physiological indices, including immunity index, intestinal morphology, and antioxidant capacity culminated in significantly increased laying performance ( Deng et al, 2021 ; Wang Y. et al, 2021 ; Pan et al, 2022 ). However, some studies found no probiotic-induced effect on egg production ( Shi et al, 2020 ; Wang J. et al, 2021 ; Ray et al, 2022 ). The discrepancies may be due to the age of laying hens and probiotics composition and dosage.…”
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confidence: 99%
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