Effect Of Feeding Fermented African Locust Bean (parkia Biglobosa) Fruit Pulps Based
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Effect Of Feeding Fermented African Locust Bean (parkia Biglobosa) Fruit Pulps Based Diets On Growth Performance And Carcass Characteristics Of
In a research conducted at the Teaching and Research Animal Farm of the Federal College of Horticulture, Dadin-Kowa,Gombe, Nigeria, to determine the growth performance and carcass characteristics of Broiler Chickens fed diets containing fermented African Locust Bean (Parkia biglobosa) fruit pulps. Three diets were formulated in which fermented African Locust Bean (Parkia biglobosa) fruit pulps (FAFP) replaced maize at 0(control), 10, and 20% levels coded as diets 1, 2 and 3 respectively for both starter and finisher rations. One hundred and twenty (120) unsexed day old (Marshal strain) broiler chickens were allotted to the dietary treatments with four replicates of ten (10) birds pDownloadViews: 149

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