Articles | Volume 66, issue 4
https://doi.org/10.5194/aab-66-379-2023
https://doi.org/10.5194/aab-66-379-2023
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28 Nov 2023
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Anise and grape seed oils as a feed additive to improve the performance, immune response, and antioxidant activity and reduce caecal pathogenic microbes of quail

Alaa E. Elkomy, Amina S. El-Saadany, Effat Y. Shreif, Amal A. Bayoumi, Marwa H. Abd El-Maged, Mahmoud Alagawany, Ahmed A. Saleh, Sungbo Cho, In Ho Kim, and Hossam M. Eltahan

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This trial was performed to determine the effect of anise (Ans) and grape seed (Grp) oil inclusion in diets of Japanese quail on performance, carcasses, blood parameters, antioxidant activity, and hematological blood structure. It is concluded that Ans and Grp seed oils could be used as valuable essential oils in quails’ diets to stimulate the performance and immune response, enhance antioxidant activity, and reduce caecal pathogenic microbes.