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International Conference on
Veterinary Science

August 28-30, 2023 | London, UK
VET 2023

Hazrat Salman Siduque

Hazrat Salman Siduque, Speaker at Veterinary Conference 
University of Agriculture Peshawar, Pakistan
Title : Effect of different levels of fibriolytic enzyme on feed digestibility and production performance in lactating dairy cows


The poor quality conventional feed for the livestock production in Pakistan are wheat straw, tops of sugar cane and tree leaves. To enhance the nutritive value of feed, this study focused on investigating the effects of fibrolytic enzyme (Fibrozyme®, Alltech Inc. Company, USA) at different levels i.e. 0, 5, 10, and 15g/kg of total mix ration on feed intake, digestibility, milk yield and composition, and economics of the ration in Holstein Friesians cows. Twelve Holstein Friesians cows of almost the same age, and lactation stage were randomly allocated into 4 equal groups i.e. A, B, C, and D. Four experimental rations supplemented with Fibrozyme® 0g, 5g, 10g, and 15g/Kg of total mix ration were assigned to these sets correspondingly. The dry matter intake was linearly and significantly (P<0.05) improved. A significant effect of Fibrozyme® was observed for organic matter digestibility, ether extract digestibility, crude fiber digestibility, nitrogen free extract digestibility, and acid detergent fiber digestibility while the results were statistically non-significant for crude protein digestibility, neutral detergent fiber digestibility, and ash digestibility. Milk yield and composition except fat were significantly (P<0.05) increased in all Fibrozyme® treated groups. This study concludes that supplementation of Fibrozyme® at the rate of 15g/Kg total mix ration improved the dry matter intake, nutrients digestibility, and milk production and constituents like protein, lactose, and solid not fat. Therefore, treatment of total mix ration with Fibrozyme® was desirably reasonable and profitable. Keywords: Digestibility; Fibrolytic enzyme; Milk yield; TMR


I was born on 24 of October, 1990 in Swat valley of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan. I completed my early education from Government high school, Swat Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan. Then I graduated from the University of Agriculture Peshawar and my subject of study was Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) 2011-2015. And completed my M Phil degree post graduation in the subject of Animal Nutrition from the same University 2016-17. Then I worked for a period of 01 year as Poultry Nutrition consultant /production manager/ ingredient analyzer in different organization and feed mills.In 2019 I have qualified the Examination of Public Service Commission and selected as Research Officer at Livestock and dairy development department (Research) Government t of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan and posted in the capacity of Research Officer (BS-17) at Veterinary Research & Disease Investigation Center, Balogram, swat Pakistan.I am an accomplished poultry and veterinary practitioner /nutritionist and enjoy using my skills to contribute to the public and private organizations in the field veterinary, as well as provide my services to the poultry/ dairy farms.During my professional carrier I worked on some technical research program i.e.
 (I) Effect of Different levels of Fibrolytic Enzymes on feed Digestibility and Production Performance in Lactating Dairy Cows.
(ii)Investigation of Gastrointestinal Parasites in Dairy Cattle of Tehsil Babozai, District Swat.
(iii)Prevalence of Gastrointestinal nematode and associated Intrinsic Risk factors in and around District Peshawar khyber pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan 
(iv) Detection of Coccidian Parasites and Associated Risk Factors in Back Yard Poultry in District; Swat Pakistan,
Molecular Epidemiology of Haemoprotozoanes In Cattle, In District: Swat Pakistan,
(v)Seroprevalence of Selective Poultry Disease in Back Yard Poultry in District Swat Pakistan
(vi)Efficacy of Commercially Available Antibiotic Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) Isolated from Mastitic Milk.