The Effects of Banana Pulp Feed to Broiler Chicken

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The Effects of Banana Pulp Feed to Broiler Chicken

By | Jan. 2013
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“PERFORMANCE OF BROILER FED WITH COMMERCIAL FEEDS WITH DIFFERENT LEVELS OF DRIED BANANA (MUSA ACUMULATA)”

TABLE OF CONTENTS
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INTRODUCTION
Significant Study
Objectives of the Study
Expected Output
Place and Duration of the Study
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
MATERIALS AND METHODS
Materials
Methods
Experimental and Treatments
Preparation of the Poultry House and Brooder
Acquisition of Experimental Birds
Identification of the Birds
Provision of the Light
Preparation of Dried Banana Pulp
Feeding Management
Health Care and Sanitation
Variable Measurements
Data to be gathered
Statistical Analysis
Dummy Table
LITERATURE CITED
APPENDICES
A. Budgetary Requirements of the Study
B. Nutrient Composition
C. Nutrient Requirement for Broiler Chicken

INTRODUCTION

Significance of the Study
Broilers are the common breed of chicken that is of meat purposes. Broiler meat is the cheapest source of protein for Filipino diet. It supports the economic stability of the Filipino for it adds to the country’ economic income and gives money for the demand of poultry has been a worldwide phenomenon.

Chicken manures can also be utilized as fertilizers. The poultry uses are easy to build. Chickens are raise in a very short period of time, but still the demand for the poultry product is not meet. Some farmers do not engage in this type of business for they think it is not that profitable and lack of knowledge when engage to this venture might make the project unsuccessful.

Feeds of different composition studied to have a very big role in the growth performance of the poultry products. As to what survey gathered most of the inputs in production for poultry products almost 80% is to the feeds.

On the other hand, banana is a herbaceous plant grown tropically.Bananas contains potassium, riboflavin, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, Vitamin’s A,B and C, thiamin, niacin, copper, panthothenic acid and...