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Dietary L-Carnitine Supplementation Improves Albumen Quality of Laying Hens

  The effect of L-carnitine supplemented into a commercial diet on egg weight, albumen height, Haugh unit, yolk weight and albumen weight of eggs from laying hens was examined. The levels of dietary L-carnitine supplementation were 0, 25, 50 and 200mg/kg. Laying hens were given the diets for 8 weeks... Full description

Journal Title: The Journal of Poultry Science 2005, Vol.42(1), p.79
Main Author: Kita, Kazumi
Other Authors: Nakajima, Shin-Ichi , Nakagawa, Jiro
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  • Nakagawa, Jiro
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  • Albumen Height
  • Haugh Unit
  • Laying Hens
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description:   The effect of L-carnitine supplemented into a commercial diet on egg weight, albumen height, Haugh unit, yolk weight and albumen weight of eggs from laying hens was examined. The levels of dietary L-carnitine supplementation were 0, 25, 50 and 200mg/kg. Laying hens were given the diets for 8 weeks. Albumen height and Haugh unit were the highest in the 25mg/kg L-carnitine group. When L-carnitine was added at the levels of more than 50mg/kg, yolk weight was significantly increased. In conclusion, dietary L-carnitine supplementation had a beneficial effect on albumen quality and could modify the components of the edible part of the egg.
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