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A study at the Faculty of Science examines the effect of adding local mineral clay on egg and carcass characteristics of quail females

28 October 2019
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Prof. Dr. Abbas Rashid Ali, head of the Department of Applied Geology at the Faculty of Science at the University of Kirkuk,

was able to conduct research on the effect of adding local mineral clay (Muqdadiya) on the productive performance and qualitative characteristics of the egg and carcass characteristics of females Japanese quail. Of the Japanese quail females acclimatized 24 weeks old were distributed to 5 experimental treatments and each treatment included 6 replicates and 4 females per bis. As well as the possibility of improving the thickness of the shell The research recommended similar experiments on other poultry, as well as focusing on the use of local clays in different geological formations and compared with the results of the present study and note the changes in the coefficients of different biological characteristics of poultry. In the INDIAN JOURNAL OF PUBHE HEALTH) (RESEARCH & DEVLOPMENT).

 

- The door of the ancient fortress of Kirkuk inscribed with the Holy verse) and tell my Lord Zdni note (bold font Diwani).
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