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Articles by K. Nazer-Adl
Total Records ( 2 ) for K. Nazer-Adl
  H. Aghdam Shahriar , K. Nazer-Adl , J. Doolgarisharaf and H. Monirifar
  This study is presented to investigate the effects of different levels of Hatchery Wastes (HW) in broiler chickens diets. One hundred and eighty days old male chickens were in randomize complete design in to 5 groups and 3 replicates from of 7-56 days age, levels of 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8% fed HW in diets. The HW were controlled after processing (drying and eliminating the microbial load). Weight gain and feed intake were measured weekly and period in each replication. Results of the data showed the use of wastes until to the level of 4%, non significant difference in weight gain, feed intake and Feed Conversion Ratio (FCR) between groups (in various period). Average carcass combination included were significant in breast weight% (p<0.05) and abdominal fat (p<0.01) in between groups and organoliptic quality of the grille breast meat was significant both in males and females (p<0.05). The glucose value of serum was significant in 5 and 8 weeks (p<0.01), but CHOL and TG value were only significant in eighth week (p<0.05). Results showed, we could use from the HW to 4% level after necessary processing in broiler diets.
  M. Moeini , H. Amanlou , A. Aghazadeh , K. Nazer-Adl and M. Aboozar
  The objectives of this study were to determine whether liquid feeding or TMR feeding of glucogenic and mineral supplements can improve metabolic status and plasma metabolits in Holstein fresh cows. Multiparous cows (n = 24), second lactating cows (n = 24) and first lactating cows (n = 24) were used in a completely randomized block desighn, immediately after parturition with 3 weeks experimental period treatments were: Control Treatment (CONT) without any aditive on water or TMR (CONT), Derenching treatment (DRCH) include: 40 L water contained: 2 kg of calcium propionate, propylene glycol, potassium chloride, magnesium sulfate, sodium phosphate, sodium chloride, sodium bicarbonate, choline chloride and methionine, feeding treatment (FEED) contained 2 kg of drenching diet contents that were mixed with TMR, compound diet (DRFD), 20 L water contained 1 kg of drenching treatment plus 1 kg of these materials that mixed to TMR. Treatments had significant effects on Ca, Mg and P concentrations of plasma (p<0.05) and these metabolites had more concentrations in DRCH treatment than others. DRCH treatment had positive effects on negative energy balance and plasma NEFA and β-HBA concentrations. Plasma glucose had increased significantly by treatment. Therefore, addition of these glucogenic precursers and minerals on water of fresh cows resulted in optimize animalmetabolic status in postpartum period.
 
 
 
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