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SETSCI - Volume 3 (2018)
ISAS2018-Winter - 2nd International Symposium on Innovative Approaches in Scientific Studies, Samsun, Turkey, Nov 30, 2018

The Effects of Ozonated, Chlorinated, Celestite Stone-Treated, Natural Spring and Pine ResinTreated Waters on Performance, Oxidative Stress and Carcass Parameters in Japanese Quail
Burak Seren1, Hüseyin Nursoy2*
1Directorate of Hani County Food Agriculture and Livestock , Diyarbakır, Turkey
2Bilgöl University, Bingöl, Turkey
* Corresponding author:
Published Date: 2019-01-14   |   Page (s): 1421-1429   |    205     12

ABSTRACT This study was conducted to assess the effects of 5 types of water: Ozonated,
Chlorinated, Celestite Stone-treated, Natural Spring Waters and PinResin-treated water on
performance, oxidative stress and carcass parameters in Japanese quail. A total of 150, 3-day old
mixed female-male quails were used into 5 groups of 30 birds for each water group; each group was
divided into 3 replicate sub groups of 10 birds. The experiment was continued for 7 weeks and quail
were fed one experimental diet, and the different water sources were given ad libitum during in the
trial. Statistical differences among water sources were observed on pH and Electrical Conductivity and
content of Ca, Mg, Cl and Total Bacteria. Live weight, daily live weight gain, water and feed intake
were the highest in the drinkers of Natural Spring Water, while the lowest for drinkers of Resin-treated
Water (p<0.001). The lowest level of serum malondialdehyde of was observed in drinkers of Natural
Spring Water (1.54 µM/l), and the highest malondialdehyde level in drinkers of Resin-treated Water
(4.27 µM/l; P<0.001). The sources of water of trial were determined to have noe ffects on slaughter
weight, carcass weight and carcass yield (p>0.05). As a result, the amount of total dissolved solids of
water were the positive effect on live weight, feed consumption, water intake, feed conversion ratio
and oxidative stress biomarkers. 
KEYWORDS Celestite stone-treated water, chlorinated water, ozonated water, resin-treated water, water types
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