2004
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-635x2004000300005
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Use of mannanoligosaccharides in broiler feeding

Abstract: A study with 2,400 broilers was carried out to compare the effect of the use of mannanoligosaccharides, Saccharomyces cerevisiae cell wall or growth promoter (Olaquindox) in the diet on broiler. Diets were based on corn and soybean meal. A completely randomized experimental design was used, and the obtained data were evaluated by analysis of variance and test of Tukey at a level of 5%. The following parameters were measured: feed intake, daily weight gain, feed conversion ratio, and mortality. It was concluded… Show more

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“…days of a chicken's life. Flemming et al, (2004) concluded that, the noninclusion of any growth promoters in broiler diets may cause production losses. been shown an improvement the bird performance and decreased mortality.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…days of a chicken's life. Flemming et al, (2004) concluded that, the noninclusion of any growth promoters in broiler diets may cause production losses. been shown an improvement the bird performance and decreased mortality.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Rostagno et al (2003), que, avaliando o efeito de prebiótico à base de MOS em rações, verificaram melhora no ganho de peso e na conversão alimentar. Entretanto, Flemming et al (2004), observaram que o ganho de peso diário diminuiu ao utilizar 0,05% de mananoligossacarídeos em dietas para frangos, em relação ao tratamento controle.…”
Section: Resultsunclassified
“…Além de proteger a mucosa intestinal, de melhorar a digestibilidade de nutrientes e o teor de energia das rações (Silva et al, 2008), o uso de prebiótico como alternativa aos antibióticos pode melhorar a imagem dos produtos avícolas perante o mercado consumidor (ALBINO et al, 2006). Flemming et al (2004), observaram que o prebió-tico (mananoligossacarídeo) poderia substituir o promotor de crescimento (olaquindox) sem perda no desempenho de frangos de corte até o abate por favorecer o desenvolvimento das vilosidades intestinais. Albino et al (2006) demonstraram que prebióticos à base de mananoligossacarídeo podem substituir o antibiótico avilamicina em rações para frangos de corte, quanto à capacidade de melhorar o desempenho destes animais.…”
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