Performance of native chicken feed with different types of oil substitution
Keywords:different types of oil, native chicken feed, nutrient digestibility, performance, poultry
This study aims to conduct a study on the use of various types of oil as a source of energy in native chickens. The treatments of this study were: native chickens were fed without using oil (A), using 3% coconut oil (B), using 3% used cooking oil (C), using 3% pork oil (D), using 3% fish oil (E). The variables observed in this study were: nutrient digestibility and performance of native chickens aged 10 weeks. The results showed that the substitution treatment for different types of oil in the native village ration had no significant effect on nutrient digestibility. Substitution of 3% used cooking oil in the feed of native chickens aged 10 weeks had no significant effect on performance, while substitution of 3% palm oil, 3% fish oil, 3% pork oil could improve the performance of native chickens aged 10 weeks. It can be concluded that substitution of used cooking oil is not recommended in native chicken feed, while palm oil, fish oil, and pork oil can be used as substitutes in native chicken feed.
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