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GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF NATIVE CHICKENS (Gallus gallus) AS AFFECTED BY DIFFERENT LEVELS OF MIXED COCONUT FLESH REFUSE, RICE BRAN, KITCHEN LEFTOVERS
AND COMMERCIAL FEEDS AS
FEED SUPPLEMENT

An Applied Research Investigatory Project
Presented to the Faculty of
Agricultural Science Curriculum
Laboratory High School Department
LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY
Siniloan (HOST) Campus

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in
Applied Research IV
Under the Supervision of
A/Prof. Rene Aurelio R. Alcala

ZHAIRA VISTAN PASIA
2011-2012
BIOGRAPHICAL DATA

Name: ZHAIRA VISTAN PASIA

Address: 059 Barangay Parang ng Buho Santa Maria, Laguna

Date of Birth:October 08, 1996

Place of Birth:059 Barangay Parang ng Buho Santa Maria, Laguna

Religion: Iglesia Ni Cristo

Parents:
Father:Reynaldo L. Pasia
Mother: Charmie V. Pasia

Educational Attainment:

ElementaryParang ng Buho Elementary School
Parang ng Buho Santa Maria, Laguna
(2002-2006)
Santa Maria Elementary School
Santa Maria, Laguna
(2006-2008)
Secondary:Laguna State Polytechnic University
L. De Leon St. Siniloan, Laguna
(2008-2012)
Curriculum:Agricultural Science Curriculum
ACKNOWLEDGMENT

This study would not have been possible without the guidance and the help of several individuals who in one way or another contributed and extended their valuable assistance in the preparation and completion of this study. The author wishes to extend her grateful appreciation to the following persons for their valuable contribution in order to make this research a possible one.

First and foremost, to our Almighty God for giving the author wisdom, strength, courage and through Him everything was made possible; A/Prof. Rene Aurelio R. Alcala, her thesis adviser, for the comments and information offered to the author during the study; Engr. Rommel Octavius R. Nuestro, her Applied Research IV teacher, for sharing information and suggestion relevant to the study; Dr. Elaine Rose G. Nachon, her English critic, for checking and improving the author’s manuscript; Ms. Maria Wilnes M. Calalo, her Statistics teacher, for helping the author in computing the data that was gathered and for editing the author’s manuscript; All her church mates, to her cousins, aunties and uncles, for their encouragement to the author;

Kuya Edwin M. Caniete and the 2-ASC Students for the laughter, and for their comments, and advice to the author; Mr. Jose Pepito A. Vistan and Mrs. Erlinda M. Vistan, grandparents of the Author, for their unfailing support; All her classmates, Really Da Best (Kitkat, PapaEm, Yabyu Joy, Majam, Kimmy, Chabs, Precious, Ate Lhe, Ariane, Jemac, Ta Karz, Aris, Jowa (Jes), Vaughn, Kuya Da, Gilo, Erie, Jun, Mia, Deza, Roger, Kuya Ace, Ate She, Vane, Ate Ji, Pa Er, Ma. Kath, Migs, Nico, Kuya Brey and Risen) especially her class adviser Mrs. Arlene G. Advento for their help, suggestions, laughter, and for the support to finish the study; Mr. Reynaldo L. Pasia and Mrs. Charmie V. Pasia, her parents for their love, moral and financial support and for helping the Author to finish the study; and

Lastly, the author offers her regards and blessings to all of those who supported her in any respect during the completion of the project.

THE AUTHOR

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE……………………………………………………………………..………i
BIOGRAPHICAL DATA………………………………………………………….……ii ACKNOWLEDGMENT…………………………………………………………..……iii
TABLE OF CONTENTS…………………………………………………………..……v
ABSTRACT……………………………………………………………………..……...vii

Chapter
I. INTRODUCTION
A. Nature and Significance of the Study…………………….…………..…..1 B. Objectives of the Study……………………………….…………..………3 C. Significance of the Study……………………………….………..……….4 D. Hypothesis…………………………………………….…………..………4 E. Assumption……………………………………………..………..………..4 F. Theoretical and Conceptual Framework………………………….…….... 5 G. Time and Place of the...
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