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1013 Changes in pH of digestive tract and cecal microflora composition in broilers fed with probiotic and prebiotic supplementation, SynerAll

This study was conducted to investigate the changes in pH of the digestive tract and cecal microflora composition in broilers fed a combination of probiotic and prebiotic supplementation (PPS) (SynerAll; Global Nutritech LLC, Richmond, VA). A total of 720 1-d-old Cobb 500 broiler chicks were randoml... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Animal Science 2016, Vol. 94(suppl5), pp.485-485
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title: 1013 Changes in pH of digestive tract and cecal microflora composition in broilers fed with probiotic and prebiotic supplementation, SynerAll
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description: This study was conducted to investigate the changes in pH of the digestive tract and cecal microflora composition in broilers fed a combination of probiotic and prebiotic supplementation (PPS) (SynerAll; Global Nutritech LLC, Richmond, VA). A total of 720 1-d-old Cobb 500 broiler chicks were randomly assigned to four treatment groups: Control (no PPS), Group 1 (0.5 kg PPS/ton), Group 2 (1 kg PPS/ton), and Group 3 (2 kg PPS/ton). The combination of probiotics and prebiotics included live Saccharomyces cerevisiae (strain NCYC R618), mannan, and glucan. Each experimental group consisted of six replicates, each containing 30 chicks (15 female and 15 male). At 42 d of age, the pH and dry matter of the digestive tract (crop, proventriculus, gizzard, ileum), the pH of feces, and cecal microflora composition ( Lactobacillus spp. and total E. coli spp.) were determined. Data were analyzed using the GLM Procedure of SAS. Crop and gizzard had the lowest ( P < 0.05) pH values in Group 2 (4.35 and 2.24, respectively) compared to the Control (5.90 and 3.28, respectively), Group 1 (4.88 and 2.91, respectively), and Group 3 (4.63 and 2.78, respectively). The pH of the ileum was higher ( P < 0.01) for the Control (6.64) than Group 1, Group 2, and Group 3 (5.38, 5.18, and 5.42, respectively). Dry matter and the pH of feces were similar among treatment groups ( P > 0.05). The Lactobacillus spp. count increased more in Group 2 (7.97 log CFU/g wet digesta) and Group 3 (6.90 log CFU/g wet digesta) than the Control (1.30 log cfu/g wet digesta) and Group 1 (1.43 log CFU/g wet digesta; P < 0.01). The total E. coli spp. count was higher ( P < 0.05) in the Control and Group 1 (8.90 and 7.67 log CFU/g wet digesta, respectively) compared to Group 2 and Group 3 (3.47 and 4.20 log CFU/g wet digesta; respectively). Increasing the dose of SynerAll resulted in increased counts of Lactobacillus spp. and decreased counts of total E. coli spp. in the cecal microflora. In conclusion, supplementation of SynerAll to broiler diets had a positive effect on the pH of digestive organs and cecal microflora composition, which may increase the performance of broilers.
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abstractThis study was conducted to investigate the changes in pH of the digestive tract and cecal microflora composition in broilers fed a combination of probiotic and prebiotic supplementation (PPS) (SynerAll; Global Nutritech LLC, Richmond, VA). A total of 720 1-d-old Cobb 500 broiler chicks were randomly assigned to four treatment groups: Control (no PPS), Group 1 (0.5 kg PPS/ton), Group 2 (1 kg PPS/ton), and Group 3 (2 kg PPS/ton). The combination of probiotics and prebiotics included live Saccharomyces cerevisiae (strain NCYC R618), mannan, and glucan. Each experimental group consisted of six replicates, each containing 30 chicks (15 female and 15 male). At 42 d of age, the pH and dry matter of the digestive tract (crop, proventriculus, gizzard, ileum), the pH of feces, and cecal microflora composition ( Lactobacillus spp. and total E. coli spp.) were determined. Data were analyzed using the GLM Procedure of SAS. Crop and gizzard had the lowest ( P < 0.05) pH values in Group 2 (4.35 and 2.24, respectively) compared to the Control (5.90 and 3.28, respectively), Group 1 (4.88 and 2.91, respectively), and Group 3 (4.63 and 2.78, respectively). The pH of the ileum was higher ( P < 0.01) for the Control (6.64) than Group 1, Group 2, and Group 3 (5.38, 5.18, and 5.42, respectively). Dry matter and the pH of feces were similar among treatment groups ( P > 0.05). The Lactobacillus spp. count increased more in Group 2 (7.97 log CFU/g wet digesta) and Group 3 (6.90 log CFU/g wet digesta) than the Control (1.30 log cfu/g wet digesta) and Group 1 (1.43 log CFU/g wet digesta; P < 0.01). The total E. coli spp. count was higher ( P < 0.05) in the Control and Group 1 (8.90 and 7.67 log CFU/g wet digesta, respectively) compared to Group 2 and Group 3 (3.47 and 4.20 log CFU/g wet digesta; respectively). Increasing the dose of SynerAll resulted in increased counts of Lactobacillus spp. and decreased counts of total E. coli spp. in the cecal microflora. In conclusion, supplementation of SynerAll to broiler diets had a positive effect on the pH of digestive organs and cecal microflora composition, which may increase the performance of broilers.
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