Effect of Supplementation Organic Selenium and Vitamin E in Commercial Diets on Reproduction of Quails
Lubis, Fitri Nova Liya
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This study was aimed to determine the effect of supplementation of Se organic and vitamin E in commercial diets on consumption, egg production, fertility, hatchability and progeny performances. The treatments were supplementation of Se organic (SI = 0.5 ppm and S2 = 1 ppm) and vitamin E (El = 50 ppm dan E2 = 100 ppm) in different commercial diets (P and G). Four hundred twenty female and male quails (ratio 1 : 1) aged 3 weeks old were divided into 10 treatment groups with 3 replicates. Each replicate consisted of 14 quails . Two groups as control consisted of two kinds of commercial diets (P and G) without supplementation of Se organic and vitamin E. The eight remaining groups were the groups given the combinations of Se organic and vitamin E at different levels in P and G diets.
- MT - Animal Science