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Articles by V.D. Lonkar
Total Records ( 3 ) for V.D. Lonkar
  A.S. Kadam , V.D. Lonkar , V.R. Patodkar , S.M. Kolangath and T.A. Bhosale
  The hematological and immunological study was undertaken on 488 Ven- cobb straight run commercial broiler chicks for period of one week divided into four treatments viz., T0, T1, T2 and T3 on the onset of fifth week of age. The treatment T0 was the control without supplementation of vitamin C. The birds in treatment T1, T2 and T3 were supplemented with 5 mL Citrus limon juice, 2 mL herbal vitamin C and 1 g synthetic vitamin C per 100 birds, respectively through drinking water. The results of the study indicated that Heterophill percentage was significantly (p≤0.05) decreased in treatment T1, T2 and T3 as compared to control T0. Similarly, the Lymphocyte percentage was significantly (p≤0.05) increased in treatment T1, T2 and T3 than the control T0. The Heterophil: Lymphocyte ratio was significantly (p≤0.05) lower in treatment T1 followed by T3, T2 and T0. The weight of bursa of fabricious and spleen was significantly (p≤0.05) higher in T1 followed by T3, T2 and T0. The rectal temperature of birds was decreased significantly (p≤0.05) T1, T2 and T3 as compared to control group. Carcass traits did not differ significantly among the different groups except the percent giblet weight was significantly higher in T1. The overall study conclude that, the Citrus limon juice, herbal vitamin C and synthetic vitamin C has beneficial significant effect in alleviating the Summer stress in broiler chicken. However, the better results were found with Citrus limon juice as compared to herbal and synthetic vitamin C.
  A.S. Kadam , M.G. Nikam , V.R. Patodkar , D.M. Muglikar , V.D. Lonkar , G.B. Yadav , S. Maini , K. Ravikanth and M.D. Meshram
  The experiment was conducted on 150 day-old straight-run “Vencob” broiler chicks for a period of 6 weeks. Day old chicks were randomly divided into three groups I, II and III to evaluate effect of early chick nutritional polyherbal supplement AV/NNC/17 (supplied by Ayurvet Ltd. Baddi, India) on the performance of broilers. The control group I was given basal diet 48 h after hatch. The group II and III were treated with 6 g and 8 g of AV/NNC /17 paste per chick immediately after hatching during transportation period/day till 48 h and then switched over basal diet up to the age of marketing. The overall results of the study indicated that the early chick nutritional supplement AV/NNC/17 @ 6g and 8 g/chick has significant effect upon early growth, gain in weekly weight, feed efficiency and carcass traits between treatment and control indicating an overall beneficial effect of polyherbal product in initial 48 hours of life. In addition to these parameters, immune response, intestinal morphogenesis, intestinal development and gut health are also recorded to improve significantly in treatment groups.
  G.B. Yadav , A.S. Kadam , A.M. Pachpande , S.B. Lambate , V.D. Lonkar , S. Maini and K. Ravikanth
  Earlier the food passes through gastrointestinal tract, better is the stimulus for initiating the gut function development. Morphology of the small intestine of Vencobb broiler chick was determined immediately post hatch by comparing between untreated control group fed with standard basal ration 48 h after hatch and the treatment groups (T2 and T3) offered Chikimune at 2 different doses of 6 and 8 g/chick/day for early 2 days followed by administration of standard basal ration after 2 days. Pattern of development of the intestinal mucosa, mechanisms underlying the structural changes in small intestine were assessed. The length, weight and diameter of different parts of small intestine developed significantly earlier in treatment groups (II and III) as compared to control (T1). Crypt depth and villous height increased with age in the duodenum, jejunum and illeum. There were also significant changes in apparent villous surface area in the three regions, while interactions between age and intestinal region were significant in the case of crypt depth and villous height although, the intestinal mucosa of the strain was structurally developed at hatch, there was much change in structure with age, especially over the first 7 day post hatch.
 
 
 
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