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Comparative efficacy of garlic (Allium sativum) and black cumin (Nigella sativa) as growth promoters in broilers
Journal of Agriculture and Environment
<p>A study was conducted to determine the comparative effect of feeding different levels of garlic and black cumin on growth, feed consumption, feed efficiency and carcass characteristics of Hubbard broiler. Two hundred fifty two Hubbard chicks having uniform body weight were randomly allocated into seven dietary treatments with three replications .The isoproteinous and isocaloric formulated standard starter, grower, and finisher diets were supplemented for 6 weeks with different levels ofdoi:10.3126/aej.v15i0.19817 fatcat:2xll5ax74fgwffifdj3nnhaqpy