2019
DOI: 10.1590/1806-9061-2019-1069 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The present study aimed to evaluate increasing levels of fish waste oil in laying hens diets on performance, egg quality, and sensory features of the eggs. 192 Hisex White laying hens with 29 weeks of age were used, with water and food ad libitum. The experimental design was completely randomized consisting of eight treatments corresponding to the inclusion levels of fish waste oil (0, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, 3.0 and 3.5%) in the diets, with four replicates of six birds each. Data collected were subjected to … Show more

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“… Yalcin (2017) found out that fish oil could be added up to 1.5% to laying hens diets to preserve the organoleptic properties of eggs. Brelaz et al. (2019) investigated the fish oil use (from fish processing waste) in the laying hens feed aiming to affect performance, egg quality and sensory properties of eggs.…”
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“… Yalcin (2017) found out that fish oil could be added up to 1.5% to laying hens diets to preserve the organoleptic properties of eggs. Brelaz et al. (2019) investigated the fish oil use (from fish processing waste) in the laying hens feed aiming to affect performance, egg quality and sensory properties of eggs.…”
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“…(2012) recommended the use of sources rich in EPA and DHA in the laying hens diets. The vegetable and fish oil combination in the laying hens feeding has been effective ( Kralik et al., 2008a , b ; Škrtić et al., 2008 ; Lemahieu et al., 2015 ; Brelaz et al., 2019 ) in enriching eggs with n-3 PUFA. Fish oil is added to feed in limited quantities due to the possible occurrence of undesirable odors in eggs ( Lawlor et al., 2010 ).…”
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“…In recent years, the poultry and egg industries have explored nutritional strategies in the formulation of poultry diets, by modifying the composition of the yolk lipids (Brelaz et al, 2019). Therefore, the eggs can be considered a reference model for transferring nutrients from the diet, once the yolk fatty acid type is related to the consumed in the feed.…”
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“…What is always about egg in mind is its nutritional value, but eggs also have other important effects that make this valuable protein component separate from other foods. Eggs are a good source of necessary protein, vitamins and minerals, and can be an important nutrient in the diet of individuals (Bourre and Galea, 2006). Simopoulos and Salem (1989) showed that in Greece, hens that were allowed to feed freely, especially those fed with weed and ALA-rich grains, had a good growth, and their eggs had more omega-3 fatty acids than other hens grown in cage.…”
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