Cinnamomum Zeylanicum, True Cinnamon, Sweet Cinnamon, Ceylon Cinnamon
|800 mg/kg diet
|can be used to improve the laying Japanese quail performance, egg quality, and immunity.
|W Dosoky et al., 2021
|2000 mg/kg diet
|can be applied as an alternative to in-feed antibiotics for broiler starter diet.
|M Qaid et al., 2021
|increased immune response in broiler chickens. CNO lowered precaecal Escherichia coli and tended to lower Clostridium spp. counts. The villi height in the duodenum and jejunum was increased by CNO. Dietary CNO increased the superoxide dismutase activity in serum.
|S Chowdhury et al., 2018
|6 g/kg diet
|moderately reduced coccidiosis and attempted to improved bodyweight, feed conversion ratio, and production efficiency
|M Qaid et al., 2020
|Results suggest the potential use as a feed additive to control mycotoxin contamination in poultry feed.
|H Yin et al., 2015
|0.06% in drinking water
|effective in killing Salmonella Enteritidis and C. jejuni in chicken drinking water and may decrease the likelihood that water will contribute to colonization of chickens by these pathogens.
|A Johny et al., 2008
|5 g/L in drinking water
|Higher antibody titer against NDV
|Sadeghi et al., 2018
|4-8 g/kg diet
|Higher lymphocytes proportion
|Najafi and Taherpour 2018
|100 -200 ppm diet
|Lowered H/L ratio, higher white blood cells
|Al-Kassie et al., 2018
|1.0% of diet
|As effective as oxytetracycline as a preventative growth promoter when added to the diet.
|Khanzada Khan and Nazir Ahmad 2022
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