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Title:
Effect of forced-feeding on the growth performance and liver quality of Egyptian geese
Authors: Karousa, M.M. Mahmoud E.A. Eliethy,S.M. and Sabek, A.A.
Year: 2013
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Abstract:

Twenty goslings one day old were purchased from the local market and transported in a clean, well-ventilated boxes to the poultry house. During the first three weeks, goslings were brooded together and when they reached 3 monthes old they were divided randomly into two groups. Geese of the first group were forced fed for 3 weeks with corn while geese of the second group fed adlibtum(control group). At the end of the experiment, geese were slaughtered and the livers were weighted. The obtained results showed that the body weight of forced fed group was highly significantly (P

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