Effect of dietary inclusion of Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis) and yeast (Saccharomyces Cerevisiae) powder on growth performance of broilers

Author : Pranab Doley, Neeraj, Ramesh Pandey and Ajit Singh

The purpose of this research work was to evaluate the Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis) and Yeast (Saccharomyces Cerevisiae) powder. A total of 72 (Arbor-Acres) day old chicks were used in this study. Four levels of an Aloe vera and Yeast powder at the rate of 0.00%, 0.50% (Yeast), 0.50% (Aloe vera), and 0.50% Yeast + 0.50% Aloe vera were incorporated into the basal diet for six weeks. Feeding period for all groups was lasted for 42 days. Results revealed a significant effect of Aloe vera and Yeast powder in feeds on mean body weights per broilers and mean feed conversion ratio per broilers in 5th week (P<0.05) were significantly on feed supplemented with 0.50% Yeast + 0.50% Aloe vera powder. It was concluded from this study that 0.50% Yeast + 0.50% Aloe vera powder feed supplemented has a beneficial impact on the growth performance of broilers chicks.

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