2008
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-635x2008000400008 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Two experiments were carried out to evaluate the performance, abdominal fat yield, and bone parameters of broiler chickens fed diets containing different lipid feedstuffs as energy source. During the starter phase (1 to 21 days) of Experiment 1, a completely randomized design with four treatments with eight replicates of 49 birds each one was applied. Broilers were fed starter diets formulated with different lipid sources: soybean oil (SO), cottonseed oil (CO), poultry offal oil (PO), and beef tallow (BT). Dur… Show more

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“…Nonsignificant, but clear reduction of spleen weight in chickens fed the diet containing coconut oil needs further scrutiny whether it is an indicator of impaired spleen function. In addition, the decreasing effect of medium-chain fatty acid on abdominal fat ( Shokrollahi et al., 2014 , Wang et al., 2015 ) was not observed in this study, which corroborates with previous studies ( Rondelli et al., 2004 , Potença et al., 2008 ).…”
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“…Nonsignificant, but clear reduction of spleen weight in chickens fed the diet containing coconut oil needs further scrutiny whether it is an indicator of impaired spleen function. In addition, the decreasing effect of medium-chain fatty acid on abdominal fat ( Shokrollahi et al., 2014 , Wang et al., 2015 ) was not observed in this study, which corroborates with previous studies ( Rondelli et al., 2004 , Potença et al., 2008 ).…”
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“…Broiler chicken's carcass and abdominal fat percentage still in the normal range, it conforms to study result that broiler chickens carcass percentage at the range 65.3-67.0% [14], while it generates broiler chicken abdominal fat percentage at the standard range, that is, 0.96% [15]. Moreover, it was reported that broiler chicken abdominal fat percentage reaches range at 1.33-1.70% [16].…”
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“…Contrary results were reported by Potença et al (2008), who worked with cottonseed oil, chicken viscera oil, beef tallow and their combinations with soybean oil in the feeding of broilers. Those authors evaluated bone-quality variables (Seedor Index and bone resistance) and concluded that the lipid sources did not influence the bone characteristics of the birds, regardless of being plant-or animal-derived.…”
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