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Two experiments were conducted to evaluate the nutritive value and enzyme supplementation of sorghum brewer‟s waste (SBW) in broiler diets. In Experiment I, 225 one-week old broiler chickens with an average initial live weight of 73g were fed diets containing graded levels of SBW.
There were five dietary treatments for both starter and finisher phases. The treatments were replicated three times with fifteen birds per replicate and a total of forty five birds per treatment in a completely randomized design. Treatments 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 contained 0, 10, 20, 30 and 40% SBW, respectively.
Results showed that at the starter phase, there were no significant differences (P>0.05) among the treatments up to 40% SBW while the finisher birds performed better in terms of final weight and weight gain up to 30% level of inclusion.
Digestibility of crude protein and crude fibre were better up to 20% and were similar to those fed 30% inclusion of SBW.
Dietary treatments had significant (P<0.05) effect on live weight, dressing percentage, breast, thigh, back, gizzard, liver, intestinal length and intestinal weight. At 40% level of SBW, thigh, back, gizzard, liver, intestinal length and intestinal weight were highest.
The present trend of inflation worldwide has become the source of concern for livestock owners, as such inflationary trend often imposes adverse effects on livestock feeds and hence, on costs of producing livestock and livestock products (Nyannor et al., 2007).
Consequently, one of the greatest challenges facing the African continent is the provision of sufficient food to the ever increasing population which is not matched with similar increase in food production (Fasuyi, 2005).
The increasing demand for animal protein has aroused great interest in the production of fast growing animals with short generation intervals (Apantaku et al., 1998).
Obinne and Okorie(2008) reported that expansion of poultry industry in Nigeria holds the greatest promise for bridging the animal protein requirement gap prevailing in the country within the shortest possible time.
Atteh (2004), reported that protein from poultry meat and egg is of good quality and is used as a standard against which other proteins are compared. Broiler chickens are fast growing species of poultry that are commonly raised to provide tender meat for human consumption.
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