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Articles by Nihat Yildiz
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  Orhan Ozbey , Nihat Yildiz and Fikret Esen
  In this study, it was aimed to determine the effects of high temperature on the live weight, food consumption, taking benefit from the food, living strength, some carcass characteristics and the respective effects on the living strength. By this purpose, 584 quails at the age of 1 week were separated into two groups; one of the groups was identified as the control group to be placed under variable temperature (18-24oC), and the other group (trial group) was kept under 35oC. As a result of the research, the differences between the control and trial groups regarding to the live weight, carcass weight and carcass productivity, food consumption and the values of taking benefit from the food were found significant. (P< 0.05, P< 0.01). Depending on the higher temperatures, some decreases were found in the live weight, food consumption and the values of taking benefit from the food, living strength.
  Nihat Yildiz , Zeki Erisir , Kaz m Sahin and Murad Gurses
  This work was carried out to investigate the effect of zinc picolinate on quality of eggs from Japanese quails. Ninety, 55-day-old Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix Japonica) were randomly assigned to 3 treatment groups consisting of 6 replicates of 5 birds. Birds were fed either a control diet or a control diet (C group) supplemented with 30 (Z1 group) or 60 (Z2 group) mg Zn kg-1 of diet. Eggs yielded from the birds were analyzed for quality. Supplementation with zinc picolinate to Japanese quail resulted in significant improvements of egg weight, eggshell weight, shell thickness and of egg yolk color and yolk indexes (p<0.01). As a result, egg breakage is reduced due to increased strength of eggshell. Results showed that zinc supplementation improve the egg shell quality.
 
 
 
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