The effect of using different levels of rapeseed meal in the Coturnix quail diet 2-Internal egg quality
ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES,
2007, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 270-281
AbstractThis experiment was conducted at the College of Agriculture, Al-Anbar University starting 1/3/2004 until 22/6/2004, to study the effect of partial replacement of soybean meal with rapeseed meal on internal egg quality. A total of 200 local quail aged two weeks were randomly distributed for five treatments (A, B, C, D and E) with four replicates (10 birds/rep.). The results of the study showed that exchange percentages of soybean meal with rapeseed meal showed no significant effect on egg weight, shape index, shell weight, percentage of the shell weight, shell thickness, yolk index, yolk and albumen PH and the concentration of the yolk cholesterol, while control treatment devoid of rapeseed meal showed a higher significant than other treatments that contain rapeseed meal for hough unites.
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