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Efecto de diferentes niveles de aceites esenciales de Lippia origanoides kunth en pollos de engorde

Efecto de diferentes niveles de aceites esenciales de Lippia origanoides kunth en pollos de engorde

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Betancourt L, L., Ariza N, C., Díaz G, G., & Afanador T, G. (2012). Efecto de diferentes niveles de aceites esenciales de Lippia origanoides kunth en pollos de engorde. Revista MVZ Córdoba, 17(2), 3033-3040.

Liliana Betancourt L
Claudia Ariza N
Gonzalo Díaz G
Germán Afanador T


Objetivo. Determinar el nivel de inclusión de aceite esencial de Lippia origanoides Kunth (AEO) que maximice el peso corporal y la eficiencia económica. Materiales y métodos. Los AEO se obtuvieron por hidrodestilación y se analizaron por GC/MS. Se evaluaron cuatro niveles, 0, 100, 200 y 300 ppm de AEO en dos grupos de pollos; un grupo retado con ooquistes atenuados de coccidia y otro no retado. El nivel óptimo de inclusión fue estimado mediante una función sinusoidal. Resultados. La suplementación con 100 ppm de AEO redujo el impacto negativo del reto con ooquistes atenuados de coccidia sobre el peso corporal, 1.799, 1.889 y 1.995 g en los grupos retado sin AEO, retado + AEO y control, respectivamente (p<0.001). Se encontró una interacción significativa entre la suplementación con AEO y reto sobre el peso corporal y la conversión de alimento (p<0.05). El nivel de AEO que maximiza el peso corporal en los grupos de pollos no retados fue 65 ppm; mientras que para los grupos retados fue 147 ppm. Conclusiones. Se demostró que los AEO ricos en timol pueden ser un aditivo natural viable para la producción de carne de pollo.

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