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Effect of Antistress agents on Haemato-Biochemical profiles of broiler and breeder hen druing summer

An experiment was carried out to evaluate the effect of five commonly used antistress agents on haemato-biochemical profiles of broiler and broiler breeder hen. In case of broiler, significant differences were observed between treatment groups for haemoglobin concentration, total RBC and total WBC c... Full description

Journal Title: Veterinary World 01 April 2011, Vol.4(2.000), pp.60-63
Main Author: Saikat Roy and S. C. Mishra
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description: An experiment was carried out to evaluate the effect of five commonly used antistress agents on haemato-biochemical profiles of broiler and broiler breeder hen. In case of broiler, significant differences were observed between treatment groups for haemoglobin concentration, total RBC and total WBC count, total blood glucose, total serum protein, total serum albumin, total alkaline phosphatase activity and total serum cholesterol level. No definite trend was observed amongst the treatment groups and control for total blood glucose content and total alkaline phosphatase activity. It is apparent that the groups fed with antistress agents like Stress roak and Venlyte had lowest serum cholesterol level compared to other groups. In case of broiler breeder hen difference between treatment groups were significant for haemoglobin content, but not for total RBC and WBC count. Differences between treatment groups although were not significant statistically for total serum protein, however differences between treatment groups were highly significant for total blood glucose. [Veterinary World 2011; 4(2.000): 60-63]
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An experiment was carried out to evaluate the effect of five commonly used antistress agents on haemato-biochemical profiles of broiler and broiler breeder hen. In case of broiler, significant differences were observed between treatment groups for haemoglobin concentration, total RBC and total WBC count, total blood glucose, total serum protein, total serum albumin, total alkaline phosphatase activity and total serum cholesterol level. No definite trend was observed amongst the treatment groups and control for total blood glucose content and total alkaline phosphatase activity. It is apparent that the groups fed with antistress agents like Stress roak and Venlyte had lowest serum cholesterol level compared to other groups. In case of broiler breeder hen difference between treatment groups were significant for haemoglobin content, but not for total RBC and WBC count. Differences between treatment groups although were not significant statistically for total serum protein, however differences between treatment groups were highly significant for total blood glucose. [Veterinary World 2011; 4(2.000): 60-63]

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