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International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies
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Test of substitution of the soya bean oil cake by the oil cake cabbage tree in the ration of table fowls with Lubumbashi : Effects on the performances of growth and the parameters economic


[ Essai de substitution du tourteau de soja par le tourteau palmiste dans la ration de poulets de chair à Lubumbashi : Effets sur les performances de croissance et les paramètres économiques ]

Volume 25, Issue 1, December 2018, Pages 93–101

 Test of substitution of the soya bean oil cake by the oil cake cabbage tree in the ration of table fowls with Lubumbashi : Effects on the performances of growth and the parameters economic

Kilemba Mukangala Benjamin1, Kabemba Tshiakamona James2, and Tshibangu Muamba Innoncent3

1 Unité de recherche en Nutrition, Amélioration Animale et Agropastoralisme, Faculté des sciences Agronomiques, Université de Lubumbashi, Katanga, RD Congo
2 Unité de recherche en Nutrition, Amélioration Animale et Agropastoralisme, Université de Lubumbashi, Faculté des sciences agronomiques, Département de zootechnie, RD Congo
3 Unité de recherche en Nutrition, Amélioration Animale et Agropastoralisme, Université de Lubumbashi, Faculté des sciences agronomiques, Département de zootechnie, RD Congo

Original language: French

Received 30 July 2018

Copyright © 2018 ISSR Journals. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract


The dearness of the protein sources usable in the modern avicolous food remains a major challenge to raise in the developing countries. The oil cake cabbage tree available in RD Congo, contains 15 16 % of rough protein with a degradability from 40 to 50%. In this work, on the one hand, its effectiveness (To evaluate on the performances of the animals: Food consumption, Daily Average Profit and Index of consumption); in addition the output (To determine price of kg of food, production cost per Weight Live, gross profit). Four batches of 18 chicks of 10 days of age were nourished with the rations containing oil cake of cabbage tree 0 % (Pilot), 5% (T1), 10 % (T2) and 15 % (T3). Food Consumption was of 175,07 ±3,28g (Pilot), 166,93 ±17,96g (T1);171,70 ±11,53g (T2);175,47±10,48g (T2). Ponderal growth of 62,085 ± 3,84g (Pilot);58,502 ± 8,7g (T1);60,887±4,3g (T2) and 57,806 ± 4,918g(T3).The indices of consumption were of 2,8, similar for (Witness), (T1) and (T2);from 3 for (T3).The output calculated (in FC), the price of production of kg of food was 1465, 73 (Witness);1413,55 (T1);1342,75 (T2);1289,733(T3) and the gross profit of the experimental rations compared to the witness was 146,1 (T1);344,34 (T2) and 220,8 (T3). The output calculated (In FC), the price of production of kg of food was 1465, 73 (Witness);1413,55 (T1);1342,75 (T2);1289,733(T3) and the gross profit of the experimental rations compared to the witness was 146,1 (T1);344,34 (T2) and 220,8 (T3).No significant effect was induced by the various rates of substitution, on the other hand, an identical growth and an acceptable production cost per kg of live weight.

Author Keywords: Soya bean oil cakes, Oil cakes of cabbage tree, table Fowl, Growth, Parameters economic and Lubumbashi.


Abstract: (french)


La cherté des sources protéiques utilisables dans l’alimentation avicole moderne, reste un défi majeur à relever dans les pays en développement. Le tourteau palmiste disponible en RD Congo, contient 15- 16 % de protéine brute avec une dégradabilité de 40 à 50%. Dans ce travail, d’une part, son efficacité (Evaluer sur les performances des animaux : Consommation alimentaire, Gain Moyen Quotidien et Indice de consommation) ; d’autre part le rendement (Déterminer le prix d’un kg d’aliment, coût de production par Poids Vif, bénéfice brute). Quatre lots de 18 poussins de 10jours d’âge ont été nourris aux rations à base de tourteaux palmistes 0 % (Témoin), 5% (T1), 10 % (T2) et 15 % (T3). La Consommation alimentaire était de 175,07±3,28g (Témoin), 166,93 ±17,96g (T1) ; 171,70 ±11,53g (T2) ; 175,47±10,48g (T2). La croissance pondérale de 62,085 ± 3,84g (Témoin) ; 58,502 ± 8,7g (T1) ; 60,887±4,3g (T2) et 57,806 ± 4,918g(T3). Les indices de consommation étaient de 2,8, similaires pour (Témoin), (T1) et (T2) ; de 3 pour (T3). Le rendement calculés (en FC), le prix de production du kg d’aliment était de 1465, 73 (Témoin) ; 1413,55 (T1) ; 1342,75 (T2) ; 1289,733(T3) et le bénéfice brut des rations expérimentales par rapport au témoin était de 146,1 (T1) ; 344,34 (T2) et 220,8 (T3). Aucun effet significatif n’a été induit par les différents taux de substitution, par contre, une croissance identique et un coût de production acceptable par kg de poids vif.

Author Keywords: Tourteaux soja, Tourteaux palmistes, Poulet de chair, Croissance, Paramètres économiques et Lubumbashi.


How to Cite this Article


Kilemba Mukangala Benjamin, Kabemba Tshiakamona James, and Tshibangu Muamba Innoncent, “Test of substitution of the soya bean oil cake by the oil cake cabbage tree in the ration of table fowls with Lubumbashi : Effects on the performances of growth and the parameters economic,” International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 93–101, December 2018.