White Peppermint, American Peppermint, Northern Mint, Lamb Mint, Brandy Mint, Black Peppermint
|20–30 g/kg of diet
|improved blood lipid profile and increased the humoral immunity
|M Mehri et al., 2015
|0.20% of diet for 42 days
|Showed growth promoting efficacy during early stages of growth, but had increased abdominal fat pad when provided after 42 days of age.
|N Ocak et al., 2008
|20 g/kg of diet for 84 days
|Significantly increased egg weight, egg production, egg mass and feed intake; Greater eggshell percentage, thickness and haugh unit
|A Abdel-Wareth et al., 2014
|could have beneficial effects on performance parameters of hens reared under cold stress condition.
|Mohsen et al., 2016
|up to 15 g/kg of diet
|Can be used as an effective novel nutritional bio-agent to improve the performance of broiler chicks, mainly due to its active component.
|A Abdel-Wareth et al., 2019
|antibacterial, Clostridium perfringens
|showed lower lesions, mortality and colony-forming units in addition to higher growth performance compared to the positive control group.
|H Sorour et al., 2021
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