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Efeitos da rela??o metionina + cistina: lisina sobre os desempenhos produtivo e econ?mico e a qualidade interna e externa dos ovos antes e após 28 dias de armazenamento
Jord?o Filho, José;Silva, José Humberto Vilar da;Silva, Edson Lindolfo da;Araujo, Daniel de Magalh?es;Ribeiro, Marcelo Luís Gomes;Lima, Matheus Ramalho de;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982006000600022
Abstract: the effect of different methionine + cystine (met+cis):total lysine (lis) ratios on performance and egg quality for semi-heavily laying hens was evaluated. one hundred and twenty lohmann brown hens with 44 weeks old were allotted to a completely randomized design with with five replicates and four treatments, as follows: t1= 0.76 met+cys:total lys ratio or 0.70% of met+cys and 0.92% of total lys; t2 = 0.83 met+cys: total lis ratio or 0.71% of met+cys and 0.85% of total lys; t3 = 0.85 met+cys: total lys ratio or 0.64% of met+cys and 0.75% of total lys; t4 = 0.86 met+cys: total lys ratio or 0.70% of met+cys and 0.81% of total lys. the performance variables and economical analysis were evaluated from 44 to 56 weeks old. at the end of trial, ten eggs per treatment were collected ad stored during 28 days for evaluation of internal/external egg quality before and after storage. with the exception of egg mass, no treatment effect on feed intake, egg production, egg weight and egg:mass ratio and egg:dozen ratio and egg shell specific quality was observed. the met+cys:lys ratio of 0.76 or the estimate of 0.70% of total met+cys and 0.92% of total lys can be recommended for the feeding of semiheavily laying hens. it was concluded that the storage affect internal egg quality.
Efeito do alho (Allium sativum Linn.), probiótico e virginiamicina antes, durante e após o estresse induzido pela muda for?ada em poedeiras semipesadas
Silva, José Humberto Vilar da;Jord?o Filho, José;Silva, Edson Lindolfo da;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982003000700020
Abstract: three trials were carried out with 336 laying hens, aging 24 weeks and after second forced molt, caged in commercial conditions (550 cm2/bird) to evaluate the use of bulb garlic (5 kg/t), probiotic (300 g/t) and virginiamycin (20 g/t) as additives in laying hens diet before, during and after the induced forced molt stress (fm). a completely randomized design, with seven replicates of six brids each, was used. the treatments consisted of a control diet (cd) supplemented with bulb garlic (g), probiotic (p) and virginiamycin (v,) resulting in treatments: cd+g; cd+p; cd+v; cd+g+v; cd+p+g; cd+p+v; cd+g+p+v. the pre-experimental period lasted 15 days, where the birds were under a photoperiod of 17 h of light: 7 h of dark.the trial 1 was carried out during four weeks before fm, where the birds were fed 110 g of diet with the additives. the trial 2 was conducted during fm (12 days), where the birds were fed diet with 10 g of corn ground, used to reduce the amount fed in 110 g of diet. the trial 3 was carried out in the postmolt period, where the birds were fed 110 g of diet without additive, and the collection period began when birds showed over 50% of egg production. before fm, bulb garlic decreased the egg mass in comparison to probiotic (48.2 vs. 39.8). during fm, virginiamycin and p+v mixture decreased intestinal percentage in relation to bulb garlic (7.51 and 7.72 vs. 9.43), but weight and percentage of spleen were not affected. after fm, the variables were not affected by the treatments. bulb garlic, probiotic and virginiamycin showed no effect on semi-heavily laying hens performance, before, during and after induced fm stress in relation to the diet without additives.
Efeito do alho (Allium sativum Linn.), probiótico e virginiamicina antes, durante e após o estresse induzido pela muda for ada em poedeiras semipesadas
Silva José Humberto Vilar da,Jord?o Filho José,Silva Edson Lindolfo da
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2003,
Abstract: Foram realizados três experimentos com 336 poedeiras no segundo ciclo de produ o e 24 meses de idade, alojadas em condi es de cria o comercial (550 cm2/ave). O objetivo foi avaliar o alho (5 kg/t), probiótico (300 g/t) e a virginiamicina (20 g/t) como aditivos de ra es antes, durante e após o estresse induzido pela muda for ada (MF). O delineamento experimental foi o inteiramente ao acaso e os tratamentos usados foram: dieta controle (DC); DC+alho (A); DC+probiótico (P); DC+virginiamicina (V); DC+A+V; DC+A +P; DC+P+V; DC+A+P+V, constituídos por sete repeti es de seis aves. O período pré-experimental foi de 15 dias e o fotoperíodo, de 17 horas de luz/dia. O ensaio 1 foi realizado em quatro semanas antes da MF, com as aves recebendo 110 g de ra o contendo os aditivos. O ensaio 2 foi realizado durante os doze dias de MF, com as aves recebendo 10 g de milho moído, usado como veículo para diluir a dose dos aditivos consumida em 110 g de ra o. O ensaio 3 foi realizado em seis semanas, durante o terceiro ciclo de produ o, com as aves recebendo 110 g de ra o, sem os aditivos, e as coletas tiveram início após as aves terem atingido 50% de postura. Antes da MF, o alho reduziu a massa de ovos em rela o ao probiótico (48,2 vs. 39,8 g) e, durante a MF, a virginiamicina e a mistura P+V reduziram a porcentagem de intestinos em rela o ao alho (7,51 e 7,72 vs. 9,43), mas o peso e a porcentagem de ba o n o foram alterados. Após a MF, as variáveis n o foram afetadas pelos tratamentos. Nas condi es do experimento, os antimicrobianos usados n o melhoram o desempenho de poedeiras antes, durante e após o estresse induzido pela MF em rela o à ra o sem aditivos.
Valores energéticos e efeitos da inclus o da farinha integral da vagem de algaroba (Prosopis juliflora (Sw.) D.C.) em ra es de poedeiras comerciais
Silva José Humberto Vilar da,Silva Edson Lindolfo da,Jord?o Filho José,Toledo Rodrigo Santana
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2002,
Abstract: Um ensaio de metabolismo foi realizado para determinar os valores de EMV e EMVn da farinha integral de vagem de algaroba (FVA) com galos cecectomizados, utilizando o método Sibbald. Um experimento de desempenho foi realizado para avaliar os efeitos da inclus o da FVA em níveis de 0; 5; 10; 15; 20; 25; e 30% em ra es peletizada e farelada para poedeiras comerciais. No experimento 1, foram obtidos valores de EMV e EMVn de 2819 e 2806 kcal, respectivamente, enquanto a FVA apresentou cinco vezes mais celulose e quatro vezes mais lignina em compara o com o milho. No experimento 2, verificou-se que a peletiza o aumentou o peso vivo, peso dos ovos e da clara e a porcentagem de clara e reduziu a porcentagem de gema. O nível de 30% da FVA reduziu o peso e a massa de ovos e piorou a convers o alimentar, em compara o ao tratamento controle. Houve efeito quadrático do nível da FVA (como efeito principal) sobre o consumo de ra o, a produ o de ovos, massa de ovos, convers o alimentar por massa e porcentagens de casca, clara e gema. O consumo da FVA cresceu linearmente nas ra es peletizada e farelada em resposta ao seu aumento na ra o. A inclus o da FVA até 13,6%, em substitui o ao milho, em ra es isoprotéicas e isoenergéticas n o afetou adversamente o desempenho de poedeiras comerciais.
NíVEIS DE PROTEíNA PARA FRANGAS SEMIPESADAS NO PERíODO DE UMA A DEZOITO SEMANAS DE IDADE
Leilane Rocha Barros,Fernando Guilherme Perazzo Costa,Janaíne Sena Costa,Edson Lindolfo da Silva
Ciência Animal Brasileira , 2006,
Abstract: Desenvolveram-se dois experimentos com o objetivo de avaliar diferentes níveis dietéticos de proteína bruta para frangas semipesadas. No primeiro experimento, as aves com dois dias de idade foram alimentadas até seis semanas com dietas contendo sete níveis de proteína (14%, 15%, 16%,17%, 18%, 19% e 20%) e com 3,0 Mcal de EM. No segundo experimento, a alimenta o das aves constitui de dietas contendo quatro níveis de proteína (14%, 15%, 16% e 17%) e 2,9 Mcal de energia metabolizável da sétima a décima oitava semana. Após esse período, avaliou-se o desempenho produtivo dessas aves, no período de vinte e seis a trinta e oito semanas de idade. De uma a seis semanas de idade, o nível de 20% de PB proporcionou melhor desempenho. No segundo experimento, houve efeito significativo para o consumo de proteína e ganho de peso (efeito linear crescente) e efeito linear decrescente para convers o alimentar e eficiência protéica. Os níveis de proteína na fase de recria n o influenciaram as variáveis avaliadas na fase de produ o. Apenas houve efeito linear crescente para peso da casca. Com isso pode-se concluir que, para o período de sete a dezoito semanas de idade, a utiliza o de um nível de 14% de proteína bruta n o afeta o desempenho das aves na fase de produ o. PALAVRAS-CHAVES: Aves, cria, produ o de ovos, recria e qualidade do ovo.
Efeitos da inclus?o do farelo de sementes de jaqueira Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam.) na ra??o sobre a produ??o, pigmenta??o da gema e umidade fecal em codornas
Silva, José Humberto Vilar da;Jord?o Filho, José;Ribeiro, Marcelo Luís Gomes;Silva, Edson Lindolfo da;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542007000200037
Abstract: an experiment was carried out to evaluate the effect of increase levels of jackfruit (artocarpus heterophyllus lam.) seeds bran in diet of japanese quails on egg production, yolk pigmentation and dropping humidity . a total of 180 japanese quails (coturnix coturnix japonica) with 42 days oold were distributed in a completely randomized design and fed diets with differents levels of 0; 2; 4; 6; 8 and 10% of jackfruit seeds bran (jsb). the variables feed intake, egg production, egg weigh, egg mass, feed egg mass conversion and feed egg dozen conversion as well as the yolk weight and yolk percentage, egg white, egg shell and egg yolk pigmentation. the data shown that increasing jsb in the diets reduced the egg production and higher feed egg dozen conversion lineally (p<0,05). therefore the egg yolk pigmentation improved up to 7.44% of jsb in the diet and the dropping humidity was higher up to 4.9% of jsb.the presence of antitrypsin factor is a possible explanation for lower performance on the japanese quails fed diets with increase of jsb fresh. in order to solve this problem e, it is recommended to expose the seeds to a thermal treatment, otherwise the jackfruit seed fresh should not be included in the diet for japanese quails.
Avalia??o de programas de alimenta??o para pintos de corte submetidos a jejum de 72 horas pós-eclos?o
Silva, José Humberto Vilar da;Ribeiro, Marcelo Luís Gomes;Jord?o Filho, José;Silva, Edson Lindolfo da;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542007000100030
Abstract: the experiment was conducted in order to evaluate in practical condition the three feeding programme for broiler during 72 h of fast after heatching on pre-starter and starter phases. a total of 576 chickens cobb-avian farms from seven to twenty days old were utilized. the feeding programs were: p1 = initial ration; p2 and p3 = pre-starter rations. p1 and p2 were similar to described in the brazilian tables (2000 and 2005), while p3 was the same program used in the poultry integrations. the experimente was in the a completely randomized design , with three treatments, each one with 12 portions and sixteen chickens per experimental unit. accord to results at 7 days, the programs with pre-starter diets provided better (p < 0.05) feed conversion and averages of live weight of 12.46 and 15.17g, respectively, superiors to the program with initial ration. from 1 to 21 days, the feeding programs using pre-starter diets provided higher feed intake, live weight and weight gain. the results showed that the feeding programs with pre-starter diets improve the performance of broiler chicken up to 21 days old submitted to long periods of feeding programme by using the feed restriction after-heatching.
Efeito do plano de nutri??o sobre o rendimento de carca?a de codornas tipo carne
Silva, Edson Lindolfo da;Silva, José Humberto Vilar da;Jord?o Filho, José;Ribeiro, Marcelo Luís Gomes;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542007000200036
Abstract: this work was carried out with the objective to evaluate the effect of the nutrition plane (np) and sex (s) on carcass yield of 576 meat type quails, distributed in the completely randomized design in factorial arrangement 9 x 2 (np x s), that resulted in 18 treatments with four replicates of eight quails. the np evaluating from 1 to 21 and from 22 to 42 days of age were: np1 = 28% cp, 1.5% of lysine (l) and 1.1% of metionine+cystine (mc), and 24% of cp, 1.3% l and 0.9% mc; np2 = 25.2% cp, 1.23% l and 0.83% mc, and 21.6% cp, 1.0% l and 0.74% mc; np3 = 22,4% cp, 1.2% l and 0.71% mc, and 19.2% pb, 0.95% l, 0.64% mc; np4 = np2+l; np5 = np3+l; np6 = np2+mc; np7 = np3+mc; np8 = np2+l+mc and np9 = np3+l+mc. the supplementations with industrial sources of lys and met+cys were donne to guarantee levels similar of these amino acids in the diets when the protein was reduced (from np4 to np9). there were interactions of np with the sex for the live weight, carcass weight, breast and drumstick. from 1 to 21 days of age recommended 22.4% of cp, 1.2% of lysine and 1.1% of sulfurous amino acids (saa), and from 22 to 42 days old should be 19.2% of pb, 0.95% of lysine and 0.9% of saa.
Efeitos da inclus?o do resíduo da semente de urucum (Bixa Orellana L.) na dieta para frangos de corte: desempenho e características de carca?a
Silva, José Humberto Vilar da;Silva, Edson Lindolfo da;Jord?o Filho, José;Ribeiro, Marcelo Luís Gomes;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982005000500022
Abstract: two trials were conducted to evaluate the energetic value and the optimum level of increasing dietary annatto seed by-product (asb) levels for broiler chick. in the first trial, sixty ross male broiler chicks (516 + 8.62 g) were fed ad libitum with a basal diet (bd) and a mixture of bd+30% asb. the first trial was analyzed as a complete randomized design with five replications of six birds. feces were collected in the morning and afternoon from age 20 to 25 days. in the second trial, 1,190 ross male broiler chicks were allocated in boxes of 1.5 m2 , analyzed as a complete randomized design with ten replications of 17 birds. the following treatments were used: 0 (control), 2.5, 5.0, 7.5, 10.0, 12.5, and 15.0% asb from 1 to 21, 22 to 42, and 43 to 47 days old. asb diet was formulated to contain 12.12% cp and 2,233 kcal amen. the 7.5% asb treatment increased feed intake from 22 to 42 day old, but decreased feed conversion in overall period (1 to 47 days) in relation to the control treatment. excluding the 0% asb treatment of variance analysis, carcass and drums yields and drum weight decreased linearly, whereas drumstick yield was optimized with 9.9% asb in the diet. according to the performance data, it is recommended to include up to 9.9% asb in the broilers diet.
Uso da Farinha Integral da Vagem de Algaroba (Prosopis juliflora (Sw.) D.C.) na Alimenta o de Codornas Japonesas
Silva José Humberto Vilar da,Oliveira José Nilton Corrêa de,Silva Edson Lindolfo da,Jord?o Filho José
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2002,
Abstract: Um experimento foi realizado para testar a inclus o da farinha integral de vagem de algaroba (FVA) nos níveis de 0; 5; 10; 15; 20 e 25% na alimenta o de codornas japonesas. Foram utilizadas 216 codornas com 160 dias de idade e peso vivo de 189 g, distribuídas num delineamento inteiramente ao acaso. As variáveis estudadas foram obtidas em três períodos de 21 dias. O consumo e a massa de ovos do tratamento controle foram superiores aos do tratamento com 25% de FVA. Excluindo-se o controle, o consumo de ra o, produ o de ovos, massa de ovos e convers o por massa de ovos foram afetadas de forma quadrática pelos níveis de inclus o de FVA. Recomenda-se a inclus o de FVA em até 15% ou 150 g/kg em ra es isoenergéticas e isoprotéicas sem afetar, adversamente, o desempenho de codornas.
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