PRODUCTION PERFORMANCE OF NATIVE CHICKEN (Gallus gallus domesticus ) SUPPLEMENTED WITH FERMENTED GOLDEN APPLE SNAIL (Pomacea canaliculata Lamark) EXTRACTS
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Keywords

growth booster
fermentation,
economic trait and potential

Abstract

The study was conducted to assess the potential of golden apple snail extracts as supplemental feed for native chicken. Using the Randomized Complete Block Design, the results revealed that there is a significant difference among treatments in terms of body weight. In a mixture of T1 got the highest in terms of body length followed by T2 and lastly is T0. The results on shank length and wingspan showed no significant difference, but it is an important economic trait of chicken to improve through continuous intense selection pressure on this trait under domestication. The average feed consumption and average body weight showed a significant difference and feed conversion efficiency resulted in no significant difference. This means that supplementation of golden apple snail has a great potential in the production of native chicken.

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