2020
DOI: 10.1016/j.psj.2019.10.032
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Abstract: Effects of total replacement of soybean meal ( SBM ) with defatted black soldier fly larvae meal ( BSFLM ) on egg production and quality, organ weight, and apparent retention ( AR ) of components were investigated in Shaver White hens from 28 to 43 wk of age. A total of 108 birds, (6 birds/cage) were assigned to three diets (6 replicates/diet). Diets were control corn–SBM diet and two additional diets made with the addition of either 10 or 15… Show more

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“…These results contradict the findings of Secci et al (2019), Mwaniki et al (2018), andStar et al (2020) who found that HILM had no adverse effect on shell weights, yolk diameter, and Haugh unit in laying hens. However, Mwaniki et al (2020) showed that defatted HILM improved eggshell strength and eggshell thickness. Marono et al (2017) found that feeding laying hens 17% black soldier fly larvae meal (BSFLM) increased circulating plasma Ca levels relative to the control, despite the two diets having similar Ca concentration.…”
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confidence: 95%
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“…These results contradict the findings of Secci et al (2019), Mwaniki et al (2018), andStar et al (2020) who found that HILM had no adverse effect on shell weights, yolk diameter, and Haugh unit in laying hens. However, Mwaniki et al (2020) showed that defatted HILM improved eggshell strength and eggshell thickness. Marono et al (2017) found that feeding laying hens 17% black soldier fly larvae meal (BSFLM) increased circulating plasma Ca levels relative to the control, despite the two diets having similar Ca concentration.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 95%
“…This suggested that improved calcium absorption and metabolism in HILM-fed birds could also have contributed to the stronger eggshells. Besides, some research found that HILM can improve the colour of yolk, which was related to be rich in b-carotene and lutein in HILM, pigments responsible for an orange-yellow colour (Secci et al 2019;Mwaniki et al 2020). Therefore, egg yolk colour is an important index that we need to focus on in the next experiments.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The potential use of BSF as a promising insect species that is able to replace dietary fish meal and soybean meal either partially or completely has already been evaluated in poultry. For layers, two recent studies found that using defatted BSF larvae as feed source can increase egg quality, such as eggshell thickness, egg yolk, and egg albumin, in hens at the laying period (4,22). However, little information was available for layer chickens at the starter growth period.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…The nutritional components in black soldier fly larvae meal (BSFM), characterized by balanced amino acid composition and a large amount of mono-and poly-unsaturated fatty acids, have been the most appealing for the feed industry (3). The potential use of BSFM as a promising insect meal has been well-studied to evaluate the possibility of substitution for soybean meal in hens (4,5), broilers (6), and ducks (7). So far, the utilization of BSFM has been evaluated in layer hens at the middle and the late laying periods (8), but limited knowledge is available for layer chickens at the starter period.…”
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