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Abstract

THE EFFECT OF FISH OIL SUPPLEMENTATION INTO THE RATION ON EGG PRODUCTION IN LOHMANN BROWN LAYING HENS

Bagus Adityo Widnyana, I. G. N. G. Bidura*, I. P. A. Astawa, I. W. Sudiastra and N. W. Siti

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of fish oil supplementation into the ration on egg production in Lohmann Brown laying hens aged 48-54 weeks. The laying hens used in this study were 160 Lohmann Brown layers aged 48 weeks with homogeneous body weight. The design used in this study was a completely randomized design with 4 treatments and 4 replications for each unit consisting of 10 hens with a total of 160 Lohmann Brown laying hens aged 48 weeks. The four treatments were: ration without fish oil as control (P0); ration+0.2% fish oil (P1); ration+0.3% fish oil (P2); and ration+0.4% fish oil (P3), respectively. The results showed that 0.20% fish oil supplementation in the ration gave significantly different results (P?0.05) on hen day production (HDP), total egg weight, average egg weight, feed conversion, organic matter digestibility and crude fiber digestibility. On the other hand, there was no significant difference (P?0.05) in feed consumption, dry matter digestibility and crude protein digestibility. It can be concluded that 0.2% fish oil supplementation in the ration can increase hen day production (HDP), total egg weight, average egg weight, feed efficiency, and organic matter digestibility.

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