The effect of mannan oligosaccharide and chitosan oligosaccharide on

Özgül Deniz Yılmaz Leblecier, ilkay Aydogan

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The aim of this study was to evaluate mannan oligosaccharide (MOS) and chitosan oligosaccharide (COS) on growth performance and blood parameters in broiler. A total of one day old 120 male broiler chicks (Ross 308) were utilized in this study. Chicken were fed a period of 42 days with experimental diets. Each dietary treatment was assigned to four replicates of 10 birds. Dietary treatments included a basal diet (control group); the MOS group (basal diet + 100 ppm Mannan oligosaccharide); and the COS group (basal diet+ 100 ppm Chitosan oligosaccharide). Total protein, albumin, total cholesterol, triglyceride, glucose, and plasma Cu and Zn levels were analyzed. At the end of the experiment, mean BWs were measured 2340.45, 2458.11, and 2325.38 g, respectively. Chicks fed with MOS group had a 5.03% higher BW than the control group. Dietary addition of MOS and COS had to no significant effects in BWG, FC, FCR, carcass yield, and some blood parameters. Serum Cu level was significantly increased by dietary supplementation MOS and COS compared to the control group (P < 0.001). In conclusion, dietary supplementation with MOS and COS led to improved serum Cu level in broiler.
Key words: Broiler, prebiotic, performance, mannan oligosaccharide, chitosan oligosaccharide

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