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Articles by A. Masoudi
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  A. Masoudi , M. Bojarpour , M. Chaji , M. Eslami and Kh. Mirzadeh
  Study was conducted to evaluate the economic value of broiler chicken diets containing Date Pits (DP) replaced by maize. About 180 days old commercial broiler chickens randomly were assigned to four experimental diets; treatments 1-4 included dietary containing 0, 10, 20 and 30% of date pits, respectively. All diets were isonitrogenous and isocaloric and formulated according to Nutrient Requirements of poultry (NRC). The results showed that in compared with control group cost (kg) of feed decreased with increasing of date pits in diets. At whole of starter and grower periods, there were no significant differences (p>0.05) in feed intake. Feed conversion ratio of diets containing 20 and 30% of date pits was significantly more than control diet (respectively, 2.44 and 2.53 vs. 1.91) (p<0.05) but there was no significant difference with diet containing 10% date pits (p>0.05). As cost (kg) of meat production there was no significant difference (p>0.05) between diets, although the cost of meat production was higher in diets containing of date pits (p>0.05). Therefore, date pits reduce the cost of diets but not meat.
  Kh. Mirzadeh , A. Masoudi , M. Chaji and M. Bojarpour
  This study was conducted to evaluate the quality of raw milk produced by the 140 dairy cow farms at different locations of Lordegan region. Solid Non Fat (SNF), Crud Protein (CP), fat, density, Dry Matter (DM), water and freezing point of samples were measured. The result showed that milk compositions of dairy farms were containing 87.42±1.13% water, 8.67±0.69% SNF and 12.57±0.69% total solid matters. Solid matters were including: 3.90±0.97% fat, 3.2±0.22% protein and 5.03% lactose and other minerals and vitamins. The data demonstrate that milk composition of Lordegan dairy farms had corresponded to global and Iran average.
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