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Productive performance of broilers supplemented with tylosin phosphate or enramycin as growth promoters

Published: July 22, 2019
By: Sandra Espinoza C. 1, Eliana Icochea D. 1, Pablo Reyna S. 1, Viviana San Martín 1, Nelly Giovanna Cribillero B. 1, Daniel Molina M. 2. / 1 Laboratorio de Patología Aviar, Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Lima, Perú; 2 ILENDER Perú S.A., Lima.
Summary

The productive performance of broilers supplemented with tylosin phosphate and enramycin as growth promoters up to 42 days of age was evaluated. Four hundred male broilers were distributed into 4 treatments of 100 birds with 5 repetitions each. The treatments were: T1, control; diet without antibiotic; T2, diet with 8% enramycin in a dose of 10 ppm; T3, diet with enramycin 8% in a dose of 5 ppm; T4, diet with tylosin phosphate 25% in a dose of 55 ppm. The treated groups presented a higher body weight and better feed conversion index and European productive efficiency index than the control group; however, there were no differences in body weight gain, feed intake and mortality.

 
Key words: tylosin phosphate; enramycin; growth promoters; broilers; productive performance.
 
 
Abstract originally published in Revista de Investigaciones Veterinarias del Perú 2019; 30(1): 483-488 http://dx.doi.org/10.15381/rivep.v30i1.15666.
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Sandra Espinoza
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Eliana Icochea
Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos (Perú)
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Viviana San Martin
North Carolina State University - NCSU
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Daniel Molina Meza
Ilender Corporation
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mohammad aslam
31 de julio de 2019

Antibiotic was a great discovery, it made Livestock production easier and masked manage mental mistakes on farms around the world, but now antibiotic free meat is a golden opportunity, but question is still there which additives will be able to replace usage of AGPs, in general, Novel growth promoters should perform roughly equally at same cost as well under practical conditions in order to gain acceptance.

Willem van der Wielen
30 de julio de 2019
I thought antibiotic growth promoters were out! Reading this abstract, I felt 30 again, but I'm 62 :).
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