Using of biological treatment to reduce the negative effects of aflatoxin b1 in broiler
ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES,
2010, Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 167-177
AbstractThe study was carried out to evaluate the use of two kinds of probiotics ,prebiotic and synbiotic to reduce the effects of aflatoxinB1(AFB1) contaminated the diet of broiler with 2 mg/kg. A total of 108 one day broiler chicks were randomly distributed into six treatments .the first group(c) were used as control , the second group(AFB1) were fed on diet contaminated by 2mg/kg aflatoxinB1 ,the third group (Iraqi probiotic)were fed contaminated diet and supplemented with 5 gm/kg probiotic ,while the fourth group (forgin probiotic) were fed contaminated diet and supplemented with 5 gm/kg imported probiotic. Birds in fifrth group fed contaminated diet and 5gm/kg prebiotic were added , the sixth group (symbiotic) were fed contaminated diet and 5gm/gk symbiotic. results showed that AFB1 caused a significant(p<0.05)decrease in body weight ,and increased relative weight in some internal organs and the mortality percent by33% when compared to control group. addition of biological treatments significant(p<0.05)improved the body weight with surpassed for synbiotic group by 31.1% in compare to AFB1 only followed by probiotic 30.1%,imported probiotic28.3% and prebiotic26.3%. The weight of some internal organs of birds , which were increased by AFB1 contaminated the feedstuff, such as liver ,kidney , were regained its normal weight ,whereas No significant differences in relative weight of heart between treatments were found .
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