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This study was carried out to determine the influence of replacing different levels of millet grains instead of corn on the performance of broiler chickens. A total of 300 day-old broiler chicks (Ross 308) were randomly distributed into five groups contains three replicate (20 birds/pen). Each group was fed on the one of the following experimental diets. Diet 1 was the control :100% corn , Diet 2: 100% normal millet, Diet 3:100% soaked millet in acetic acid , Diet 4: 50% corn +50% normal millet, Diet 5: 50%corn+50% soaked millet in acetic acid .All diets were iso nitrogenous and metabolisable energy during starter and finisher phases .Results showed there were significant differences (P≤0.05) between all treatments in weight gains and feed consumption ,Feed conversion ratio in all periods ,also significant differences in carcass traits , dressing percentage ,carcass cuts recorded in birds which apprehension diets contained normal and soaked millet in acetic acid .Pearl millet grain have been given best performance and carcass traits than corn grains in broilers diets.