Ayçiçek Asit Yağının Broyler Piliçlerin Genel Performans, Karkas ve Bazı Kan Parametrelerine Etkisi

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Bu çalışma, broyler rasyonlarında ayçiçek asit yağının kullanım olanaklarını araştırmak amacıyla yürütülmüştür. Ayçiçek asit yağı, rasyonlarda %0 (kontrol), %2, %4, %6 ve %8 olmak üzere beş farklı düzeyde kullanılmıştır. Deneme tesadüf parselleri desenine göre düzenlenmiştir. Çalışmada, performans, karkas ve kan parametrelerine ait bazı değerler araştırılmıştır. Toplam canlı ağırlık kazancı, toplam yem tüketimi ve yemden yararlanma bakımından gruplar arasındaki farklılık önemsiz bulunmuştur (P>0.05). Karkas ağırlığı ve karkas randımanı bakımından gruplar arasındaki farklılık önemli olmuştur (P<0.05). Karkas suyu ve karkas ham protein ölçümleri bakımından ise gruplar arasındaki farklılık çok önemli (P<0.01), karkas ham yağ, ham kül ve abdominal yağ miktarları yönünden ise farklılık önemsiz çıkmıştır (P>0.05). Plazma glukozu bakımından farklılık önemli olmuş (P<0.05); ancak plazma toplam proteini ve yüksek yoğunluklu plazma toplam lipoproteini bakımından farklılık önemsiz bulunmuştur (P>0.05). Bu araştırmada, rasyonlarda ayçiçek asit yağının %8’e kadar kullanılmasının etlik piliçler üzerinde herhangi bir olumsuzluğa neden olmadığı saptanmıştır.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Ayçiçek asit yağı, Broyler, Diyet, Performans, Karkas ve Plazma parametreleri

 

The Effects of Sunflower Acid Oil on the General Performance, Carcass and Some Blood Parameters of Broiler Chickens

 

ABSTRACT: The objective of this study was to examine the utilization of sunflower acid oil in the broiler diets. The sunflower acid oil was used at five different levels; 0% (control), 2%, 4%, 6% and 8% in the broiler diets. The experiment was conducted as completely randomized design. In the study, some carcass characteristics and blood parameters were investigated. Total live weight gain, feed consumption and feed conversion ratio (FCR) were found not to be significantly (P>0.05) different compared to control. The carcass weight and carcass yield were affected significantly (P<0.05) by sunflower acid oil. Carcass water ratio and crude protein measurement were found to be significant (P<0.01), crude fat, abdominal fat and the ash of the carcass were not significant (P>0.05). Plasma glucose levels found to be also statistically significant (P<0.05), but not plasma total protein and plasma total lipoprotein (P>0.05) compared to control. In this study, the sunflower acid oil used in ratios of up to 8% did not cause any negativity in the broiler chicks.

Key words: Sunflower acid oil, Broiler, Diet, Performance, Carcass and Plasma parameters.


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