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Articles by Muhlis Macit
Total Records ( 4 ) for Muhlis Macit
  Mevlut Karaoglu , Muhlis Macit , Nurinisa Esenbuga , Hulya Durdag , O. Cevdet Bilgin and Leyla Turgut
  The current trial was carried out to determine the influence of supplemental humates including humic, fulvic and ulmic acids and some microminerals on the performance and carcass traits of broilers. A study was conducted with total 240 male broiler chicks (Ross-308), received from a commercial hatchery at 1 day of age. Chicks were allocated to four dietary treatments (H0, H1, H2 and H3 groups) as completely randomized experimental design . Feed and water were offered for ad libitum consumption and lightening was continuous throughout experimental period. A basal diet (H0), basal diet plus 0.10 (H1), 0.20 (H2) and 0.30 % (H3) humate (Farmagulator DRYTM, Humate, Farmavet International Inc., Kocaeli 41400, Turkey) were offered during experimental period. All birds were housed in batteries from 1 to 21 days, and in grower broiler pens to 49 days in the Application and Research Farm of the Agricultural Faculty, Ataturk University. At the end of the trial all birds were slaughtered. Feed intake and body weight gains were recorded weekly per pen. Final body weights were 2525, 2494, 2646 and 2546 g for H0, H1, H2 and H3 groups respectively, and the difference was not significant. Average daily weight gains were 51.8, 49.8, 52.9 and 49.9 g, respectively, and the supplementation had statistically no significant effect on this parameter. Daily feed consumptions were 103.2, 95.6, 104.4 and 98.6 g and the difference between control and treatment groups was significant (P<0.05). FCR values were 1.87, 1.84, 1.86 and 1.85. At the end of the trial, hot carcass weights and yields were 1874, 1913, 1912 and 1884 g and 75.78, 75.51, 75.55 and 75.55 %, and difference was not significant. There was no different in offal weights. Abdominal fat pad weights were found to be 35.5, 40.33, 40.0 and 32.16 g, respectively. Difference among the groups in terms of abdominal fat weights was not statistically significant. The mortality was 1.8, 0.0, 0.0 and 0.0% for H0, H1, H2 and H3 and there was no significant different among the groups. In conclusion, although humate supplementation to diets of broilers had no effect on performance, slaughter and carcass characteristics, a slightly improvement was observed in FCR for H1 group fed with diet containing 0.1% humate. In addition, it was not observed dead chick in humate groups while 1.8% of mortality in control group.
  Bahar Kocaman , Nurinisa Esenbuga , Ahmet Yildiz , Ekrem Lacin and Muhlis Macit
  This experiment was conducted to determine the effects of environmental factors (ammonia, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, dust, temperature, relative humidity) on egg production feed consumption and feed conversion ratio. Lohman layers (n = 288, 24 wks of age) were blocked according to the location of cages. In the analysis made, it was observed that air of poultry house and productive performance were significantly affected from seasonal changes. In winter and spring months, the amount of feed consumed per kg egg production was found higher in terms of summer and autumn months. In addition, there was a negative and significant correlation between carbon dioxide and relative humidity and egg production. Also, in case of the existence of the increase in gases of poultry houses, it was determined that feed conversion ratio becomes worse.
  Mustafa Yaprak , Ebru Emsen , Berna Emsen and Muhlis Macit
  Fifty two Awassi ewes (6 years aged) were randomly divided into two treatment groups consisting of a vitamin E supplemented group and a control group receiving no supplemental vitamin E. Beginning, approximately three weeks prior to the first expected lambing date all ewes were fed dry grass hay 1.5 kg/ewe/day and .35 kg/d of barley plus .27 kg/d supplemental pellet. The pellet with added vitamin E contained 30 mg Vitamin E of d-l-alpha tocopherol acetate/kg and provided an additional 400 IU/hd/d of vitamin E. Supplemental vitamin E had effect (P<0.05) on ewe body weight at lambing and turnout (approximately 30 d post lambing). Ewe fertility and prolificacy did not differ (P>.05) between groups. Lambs in supplemented groups had heavier birth weight (P<.05) than lambs in untreated group. Vitamin E supplementation reduced (P<.05) lamb mortality (26 vs 5 percent lamb mortality for untreated, vitamin E supplemented ewes, respectively). In conclusion, increase in lamb viability obtained in this study offer the potential for more lambs produced per exposed ewes.
  Murat Demirel , Turgut Ayg?n , C?neyt Temur , Ali ?ivi and Muhlis Macit
  This study was carried out to determine the effects of different levels (0 mg, 40 mg, 60 mg and 80 mg / kg concentrate) of salinomycin on growth performance characteristics approximate 8 months of age 39 Karaka? ram lambs. was investigated. The lambs were randomly divided into four groups- a control and 3 treatment groups at the beginning of fattening period. The diet given to the control and treatment groups consisted of concentrate and grass hay. Treatment groups received a diet containing 40, 60 and 80 mg salinomycin / kg concentrate during a 53-day fattening period. The lambs were fed ad-libitum after adaptation period to concentrate feed. But chopped alfalfa hay was fed daily 100 g per lamb in a day during the fattening period for groups. The daily live weight gain and feed conversion efficiency values for control and treatment groups were 361.32, 391.20, 392.45 and 334.91 g; 5.21, 4.86, 4.72 and 5.31, respectively. The ffects of salinomycin levels on fattening performance characteristins of Karakas male lambs were not statistically significant. Supplemental salinomycin decreased (P<0.05) the serum gylcose level in lambs fed diet containing 80 mg salinomycin / kg concentrate. However, 60 and 80 mg supplemental salinomycin increased (P<0.05) serum urea level compared to the control group fed diet without supplemental salinomycin. In conclution, differences among groups in terms of fattening performance characteristics were not found statistically significant, but 40 and 60 mg/kg salinomycin supplementation to diet of Karakas male lambs resulted in numerically improvement in feed conversion efficiency and daily weight gain values.
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