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Effect of lighting color on weekly body weight (g) of Japanese quail (Mean± standard error).

Effect of lighting color on weekly body weight (g) of Japanese quail (Mean± standard error).

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This study was conducted to determine the effect of lighting color on the productive performance of Japanese quail. A total of 180 quail chicks, one day old, 8 g average weight, randomly distributed into four treatments with three replicates (15 birds / replicate). The chicks were exposed to four colors of lighting, they were white, red, blue and g...

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... Complete Random Design (CRD) were used, the significant differences between the averages were compared with Duncan Multiple ranges test (1955), the SAS program (SAS, 2001) was used in statistical analysis. Table 2 and indicate that there were no significant differences in the rate of body weights and weight gain for all lighting color at the first week of birds life, at the second week, no significant differences among red, blue and green light and among white, red and blue light, at the last three weeks of life, there was a significant increase Table 1: The composition of the diets used and chemical analysis during the starter and grower periods. week, the blue light showed a significant improvement (P<0.05) on the food conversion factor compared to the rest of the light colors, while at the third week, the significant improvement was (P<0.05) in the red light, as for the last two weeks, the significant improvement was in the white light. ...

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