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EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT LEVELS AND APPLICATION PROCEDURE OF EFFECTIVE MICROORGANISM ON PERFORMANCE AND MICROFLORA IN BROILER CHICKEN

@inproceedings{Afsarian2012EFFECTSOD,
  title={EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT LEVELS AND APPLICATION PROCEDURE OF EFFECTIVE MICROORGANISM ON PERFORMANCE AND MICROFLORA IN BROILER CHICKEN},
  author={Omid Afsarian and Mohammad Hossein Shahir and S. M. Mousavi and A Heidari Nia},
  year={2012}
}
In this study, the efficacy of multi strain probiotic known as effective microorganism(EM), in a 3×3 factorial procedure in a completely randomized design with 3 replicate (pen) and 13 birds per each pen was studied. In our experiment, EM was used as fermented feed (EM-Bokashi) or in water solution in three different concentrations (0, Medium and High). The experimental periods were included starter period (7 to 21d) and grower period (22 to 42d). Growth rate and feed intake were recorded… 

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