Year: 2013 | Month: June | volume 3 | Issue 1

Layers’s blood profile changes after consumption of designer diet and holy basil (Ocimum Sanctum) leaves


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Abstract: <div>A biological experiment of six weeks duration, followed by several laboratory</div><div>investigations were carried out to study the effect of designer layer mash (DLM)</div><div>containing full fat flaxseed, oil rich sardine fish, Holy Basil leaf meal (BLM),</div><div>vitamin E and Organic selenium (Sel-plex), on haematology of layers. Both</div><div>designer diet and BLM had significant effect on haematology of layers. They also</div><div>exhibited a synergistic effect. The RBC levels in hens were significantly increased</div><div>both by the DLM and BLM supplementation. The WBC count was increased</div><div>significantly by DLM alone, but not due to BLM. The Hb level was not influenced by any of the dietary treatments.</div>



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