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THE INFLUENCE OF BEE POLLEN ON THE MEAT CHEMICAL COMPOSITION FOR BROILER´S ROSS 308 MUSCLES

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Author(s): Juraj Čuboň | Peter Haščík | Ibrahim Elimam | Jozef Garlík | Miroslava Kačániová | Hasan Abdulla Mohammed

Journal: Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Food Sciences
ISSN 1338-5178

Volume: 2;
Issue: Special issue;
Start page: 1128;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: Bee pollen | Ross 308 | breast and thigh muscles | fat | protein

ABSTRACT
The objective ofthe presentstudy was to evaluate the meat chemical composition of breast and thigh muscles for boiler Ross 308after additionthe bee pollenas nutritional supplement to feed mixturein a dose (500 mg.kg-1 and 1500 mg.kg-1) to experimental groups (E1, E2) respectively.The fattening duration was 42days.At the end of the experiment,the results showthat the water contentin experimentalgroups (E1,E2) was higher than control and there were no significant differences (P≤0. 05)among the groups,the protein content was higher in the control group than experimental groups (E1,E2) and there were no significant differences(P≤0.05) among the groups.The breast and thigh fat contents in control (2.04%,13.20%)washigherthan (E1)group (1.61%,12.91%) and (E2) group (1.94%,12.25%) andthereweresignificant differences (P≥0.05) between control group and experimental (E1, E2) groupsand therewere no significant differences (P≤0.05) in thigh samples.The energy value was higher in the control group than experimental (E1, E2) and there were significant differences (P≥0.05) between control and experimental group(E1) in breast sample.
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