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Articles by A.Z.M. Soliman
Total Records ( 2 ) for A.Z.M. Soliman
  O.M. El-Husseiny , A.Z.M. Soliman , H.M.R. El-Sherif and A.M. Fouad
  Objective: The study was designed to investigate the impact of selected essential micronutrients, vitamin A, zinc (Zn) and copper (Cu), on productive and reproductive performance of broiler breeders from 53-72 weeks of age. Materials and Methods: Total number of 96 broiler breeders (72 ♀ and 24 ♂) at 53 weeks of age, were randomly assigned to 8 equal groups of 9 hens each, divided into 3 replicate. The experiment was conducted in a 2×2×2 factorial arrangement of the dietary treatments. Eight experimental diets were formulated using two levels of vitamin A (12500 and 25000 IU kg–1), two levels of Zn (132 and 264 mg kg–1) and two levels of Cu (15.7 and 31.4 mg kg–1) in this study. Results: The diet containing 12500 vitamin A IU kg–1+264 Zn mg kg–1+15.7 Cu mg kg–1 resulted in the best productive (egg production, egg mass and feed conversion ratio) and reproductive performance (fertility, hatchability and day-old chick weight). The optimal level of vitamin A, Zn and Cu resulted 12500 vitamin A IU kg–1, 264 Zn mg kg–1 and 15.7 Cu mg kg–1, respectively. Conclusion: Feeding diet containing 12500 vitamin A IU kg–1, 264 Zn mg kg–1 and 15.7 Cu mg kg–1 would produce best productive and reproductive performances of Cairo B-2 broiler breeders.
  O.M. El-Husseiny , A.Z.M. Soliman and H.M.R. Elsherif
  Objective: The experiment was conducted to examine the response of the local broiler female line (Cairo B-2), a new strain of the native Egyptian breed White Baladi chicken females which crossed with Arbor Acres grandparent female line males, to certain dietary nutrients including methionine (Meth), folic acid (FA) and vitamin B12. Methodology: The experiment was designed in a 2×2×2 factorial arrangement from 53-64 weeks of age. Seventy two females and twenty four males were randomly assigned to 8 groups of 9 hens and 3 roosters in 3 replicates each. The birds were housed individually and artificially inseminated with pooled semen every 4 weeks. Results: The results indicated that feeding diet containing 0.25% Meth, 13.0 mg kg–1 FA and 0.15 mg kg–1 B12 showed the best egg weight, egg mass, feed conversion ratio, hatchability and 1 day old chick weight followed by the diet containing 0.25% Meth, 13.0 mg kg–1 FA and 0.03 mg kg–1 vitamin B12. Neither egg quality parameters nor blood parameters were significantly affected by either levels of Meth, FA or B12 or their interactions, except for Haugh units and hemoglobin (p<0.05). The high level of FA improved Haugh units, while the high level of Meth improved hemoglobin. Conclusion: The best productive and reproductive performance were obtained when Cairo B-2 broiler breeders were fed the diet containing 0.25% Meth, 13.0 mg kg–1 FA and either 0.03 or 0.15 mg kg–1 vitamin B12.
 
 
 
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