Studying the Effect of Adding Oil and Powder Onion Seeds to Diets of Iraqi Local Geese on the Qualitative Traits of Eggs.

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NashwanMajeed Ali AlGburi, Ahmed Yasser Rebah AlAkaily

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The 75 females geese at the beginning of the production period were divided randomly into five treatments with three replicates for each treatment, where one replicate included 5 females / 15 females for each treatment, the study was conducted in the scientific research field of the Animal Production Technologies Department at the Technical Institute / Shatrah and the study period lasted 105 days during which the egg traits were measured every 21 days, which included the average egg weight. Shellthickness, shell weight, yolkweight, yolk diameter, yolk height, yolk index, albumen diameter, albumen height, albumen index with 6 periods, and the study treatments were as follows: The control treatment T1 without any addition, the first treatment T2, adding onion seed powder to the diet at a level of 1.5 g / kg of feed, the second treatment with T3, adding the onion seed powder to the diet at a level of 3 g / kg of feed. The third treatment, T4, adding onion seed oil at a level of 0.10 ml / kg of feed, and the fourth treatment, T5, adding onion seed oil at a level of 0.20 ml / kg of feed. The results of the current study indicate a significant improvement in the average weight of the eggs produced, in addition to the significant improvement in the quality traits of the eggs understudy, which included shell traits, albumen and yolk traits. It is concluded from this study that the addition of onion oil and seeds improved the productive performance of the bird.

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NashwanMajeed Ali AlGburi, Ahmed Yasser Rebah AlAkaily. (2021). Studying the Effect of Adding Oil and Powder Onion Seeds to Diets of Iraqi Local Geese on the Qualitative Traits of Eggs. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 9200–9212. Retrieved from https://www.annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/7169
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