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Asian Journal of Advances in Agricultural Research, 2456-8864,Vol.: 4, Issue.: 1


Effects of Feed Additives on Productive and Reproductive Performance of Khaki Campbell Duck in Kuliarchor Upazilla, Kishoreganj District, Bangladesh


Md. Riadul Hasan1, Saiful Islam2, Razib Das3, Mowdudul Hasan Talha4, Mahfuz Rahman Adnan4, Mamun Ur Rahman4, Md. Emdadul Haque5, Md. Matiur Rahman6* and Md. Matiar Rahman Howlader2

1ACI Animal Health, ACI Ltd, Bangladesh.

2Department of Physiology, Sylhet Agricultural University, Bangladesh. 

3Department of Livestock Services, Bangladesh.

4MS Fellow, Sylhet Agricultural University, Bangladesh.

5Agrovet Division, Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Bangladesh.

6Department of Medicine, Sylhet Agricultural University, Bangladesh.


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(1) Rajesh Kumar, Department of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Extension, College of Veterinary Science & A.H., Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh, India.
(2) Wuyi Liu, Professor, Department of Science & Technology Research, Fuyang Normal College (West), Anhui Province, China.
(1) Akapo Olajetemi Abiola, Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Nigeria.
(2) Kanan Tyohemba Orayaga, Federal University of Agriculture Makurdi, Nigeria.
(3) Hazem Mohammed Ebraheem Shaheen, Damanhour University, Egypt.
(4) Jiwuba, Peter-Damian Chukwunomso, Federal College of Agriculture, Nigeria.
(5) Nelson Pérez Guerra, University of Vigo, Spain.
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To study the effects of feed additives on productive and reproductive performance of Khaki Campbell in Kuliarchar Upazilla, Kishoreganj district of Bangladesh.The study was carried out between August, 2014 to May, 2015 at Kuliarchar Upazilla, Kishoreganj district of Bangladesh. A total of 120 female day-old Khaki Campbell ducklings were procured from local market from Kuliarchor Upazilla. The ducklings were randomly distributed into 4 treatment groups A; Digester®, B; Vitapoultry®, C; Alqurzim® and D; control) and the additives were included in diets at 2g/kg feed. Body weight, egg production, fertility%, hatachability% were increased in treated groups with the helping of feed additives compared with untreated group. Among with others minerals, the group B treated by Vitapoultry® gave significantly good result compared with others. Feed additives had tremendous result both productive and reproductive performance of Khaki Campbell ducks. So, it will be better to use vitamin, mineral and amino acid containing feed additives with basal feed for enhancing the productive and reproductive performance of Khaki Campbell ducks for enhancing the elimination of poverty in these haor area by increasing the daily income of the farmers.  Further molecular and serological studies need to develop specific diet chart for breed to breed in haor area.


Keywords :

Duck; feed additives; performance; Kishoreganj; Bangladesh.


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DOI : 10.9734/AJAAR/2017/36351

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