Performance of layers supplemented with either complete feed or diets in cafeteria feeding system under semi-scavenging condition in a tropical environment

Chamali Das, Bimol Chandra Roy, Hans Ranvig, Jens Christian Riise, Sachchidananda Das Chowdhury, Hisao Iwamoto, Shoji Tabata

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1. Egg production ability and its economical aspect were compared among the hens kept under semi-scavenging condition on two feeding systems with four supplementary levels. Commercial balanced feed and cafeteria feeding diet were fed the hens at 40 g, 60 g, 80 g and 120 g/day respectively. Cafeteria feeding diet was composed of 70% mixed feed (40% broken rice, 20% rice polish and 10% wheat bran), 27% soybean meal and 3% oyster shell. 2. The mean feed residue was 4-8 g/day in the hens fed 40 g and 60 g feed group and in 120 g feed group of both feeding system was about 20 g. Body weight gain in the experimental period markedly varied but did not differ among the feed groups. 3. Hen day egg production was highest in the 120 g commercial feed group (55%), followed by the 120 g cafeteria feeding group (45%) and the 80 g commercial feed group (42%). The other feed groups showed 34-37% in hen day egg production except for 27% of the 40 g commercial feed group. Egg quality did not have an intimate relation with the different feed regimes. 4. Regardless of the low egg production ability, the 40 g cafeteria feeding group produced the highest net profit and the 80 g cafeteria feeding group produced the second highest profit. These high net profits were brought from low feed cost. However, the highest income was observed in the 120 g commercial feed group. 5. From these results, it was suggested that under semi-scavenging condition supplemented feeds improve the egg production ability of hens in parallel with the feeding volume although large volume diet decrease large profit.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)435-440
Number of pages6
JournalJournal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University
Volume53
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2008
Externally publishedYes

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diet
hens
egg production
profits and margins
Industrial Oils
Ostreidae
Dietary Fiber
Soybeans
Weight Gain
Meals
Body Weight
Costs and Cost Analysis
rice
shell (molluscs)
wheat bran
egg quality
soybean meal
income

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  • Biotechnology

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Performance of layers supplemented with either complete feed or diets in cafeteria feeding system under semi-scavenging condition in a tropical environment. / Das, Chamali; Roy, Bimol Chandra; Ranvig, Hans; Riise, Jens Christian; Chowdhury, Sachchidananda Das; Iwamoto, Hisao; Tabata, Shoji.

In: Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University, Vol. 53, No. 2, 10.2008, p. 435-440.

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Das, Chamali ; Roy, Bimol Chandra ; Ranvig, Hans ; Riise, Jens Christian ; Chowdhury, Sachchidananda Das ; Iwamoto, Hisao ; Tabata, Shoji. / Performance of layers supplemented with either complete feed or diets in cafeteria feeding system under semi-scavenging condition in a tropical environment. In: Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University. 2008 ; Vol. 53, No. 2. pp. 435-440.
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