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Articles by Sayed Ali Tabeidian
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  Majid Toghyani , Mohammad Ali Zia , Sayed Ali Tabeidian , Gholamreza Ghalamkari and Abasali Gheisari
  The objective of this study was to assess fear responses of broiler chicks to vitamin C, different shackling and crating times in preslaughter. In this study, tonic immobility (TI) was used as an index of fear reactions. At 42 d of age, 80 male broiler chicks were randomly selected for 8 treatments in the experiment. The treatment included treated and untreated vitamin C for two shackling times (60 and 120 s) and subsequently two crating times (2 and 4 h). The equal numbers of birds were provided drinking water containing either 0 or 1000 ppm of L-ascorbic acid for 36 h. The TI was determined following the crating. Vitamin C and handling time resulted in a significant reduction in duration of TI in broilers drank treated water with vitamin C and for 60 s shackling times (p<0.05). Time of the crate had no significant effect on the duration of TI (p>0.05). Number of attempts to induce TI were not affected by vitamin C, shackling and crating time (p>0.05). It was concluded that the use of vitamin C in drinking water during 36 h preslaughter may offer a practical method for alleviating underlying fearfulness and enhancing poultry welfare.
  Sayed Ali Tabeidian , Mehdi Toghyani , Majid Toghyani and Ahmadreza Shahidpour
  This experiment was carried out in order to determine the nutritional value of Dried Tomato Pomace (DTP) and the impact of its incremental levels with and without enzyme supplementation on broilers growth performance and ileal protein digestibility. About 384 days old broiler chicks (Ross 308) were raised together until day 7. At 7 days of age chicks were randomly allocated to one of eight treatments with 4 replicates of 12 birds each according to factorial arrangement based on a completely randomized design. Treatments included 0, 3, 6 and 9% of DTP for starter period (7-21 days); 0, 6, 9 and 12% for grower period (21-42 days) and 0, 9, 12 and 15% for finisher period (42-49 days) with and without enzyme supplementation. Body weight gain and feed intake of chicks were recorded at the end of each period and calculated for entire experimental period. Food conversion ratio was also calculated for different periods. At 49 days of age, two male birds per replicate were slaughtered for determination of protein digestibility by chromium oxide marker. Increasing DTP in none-enzyme supplemented treatments resulted in a significant reduction of daily weight gain (p<0.05). Birds fed DTP added diets had a marked (p<0.05) higher daily feed intake at 21-42 days period but enzyme supplementation reduced feed intake. The overall FCR of the experiment was significantly influenced by increasing the inclusion rate of DTP, so that chicks in control group exhibited the most efficient (p<0.05) FCR. Enzyme supplementation improved FCR in different periods compared to none-supplemented groups. Treatments failed to have any statistical (p>0.05) impact on carcass characteristics. There was no deleterious impact of experimental diets observed on ileal protein digestibility. The obtained results suggest that DTP along with enzyme supplementation could be incorporated in broilers diet up to 3, 6 and 9% for starter, grower and finisher periods, respectively without any adverse effect on performance and carcass characteristics.
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