One hundred and eighty, day old straight run coloured chicken (Chabro) were randomly distributed into six dietary treatments: T1-basal diet (broiler starter diet till 4 weeks, broiler finisher diet till eight weeks), T2-T1+1% Moringa leaf meal (MLM), T3- T1+2% MLM, T4- T1+3% MLM, T5- T1+4% MLM, T6-T1+5% MLM, having three replicates each with ten coloured chicken. During 4-8 weeks of age, T4 birds had significantly higher (P<0.05) phase wise body weight gain and better FCR than control. Total immunoglobulin response of T2 was significantly higher (P<0.01) than T1, T3 and T4. Percent protein of breast and thigh meat after 8 weeks of age was significantly higher (P<0.05) in T3 than T1 and T2. Thus, dietary supplementation of 3% MLM resulted in significantly higher body weight gain and better FCR during 4-8 weeks. 2% MLM resulted in increase in percent crude protein of breast and thigh meat cuts.