Effect of Using Different Levels of Corn Gluten in the some Productive Performance of Broiler Chickens(Ross)

Abstract

This study was conducted at the Poultry Research Hall of the Livestock Department in the College of Agriculture / University of Salah al-Din Arbil for the period from 10/02/2015 until 03/24/2015 in order to identify the impact of the use of different levels of corn gluten to feed in some of the qualities of productivity for broilers (Ross 308), use 324 chicks is a naturalized of chicks broilers (Ross 308) day-old were distributed randomly, from the first day on the four transactions and by 81 chicks each transaction and each treatment included three replicates of 27 chicks each Duplicate . The transaction also follows the first treatment (C) diet free of corn gluten The second treatment (T1) and the third treatment (T2) and the fourth treatment (T3) using the 4.8 and 12% respectively corn gluten. It showed the results of statistical analysis don’t find difference when using 4 and 8% of corn gluten in rations to the absence of significant differences in body weight and increase the weight and the coefficient of feed conversion between them and the control treatment (0.0 gluten) in total duration of the study and for the deterioration in body weight and increase the weight and the coefficient of feed conversion When you are using 12% of the corn gluten compared with the control treatment.

Keywords

Gluten, Performance