Practical use of the product Ronozyme®HiPhos in optimum doses combined with the enzymes that influence breakdown of anti-nutritious factors — non-starch polysaccharides and proteins – improves digestion of feed nutrients, thus significantly reducing the diet expenses.
Keywords: exogenous phytase, mineral substances and amino acids in feeding of animals with single-chamber stomach, reactive phytic acid, diets, digestive tract (DT), phytic acid esters, monogastric animals, DSM company, product Ronozyme®HiPhos, steadily high productivity, myo-inositol, non-phytate feeding (NPF), phytate-proteinaceous globoids, phosphorus release, free phosphate, dephosphorylation, broilers.
To create crops of feed pea varieties with a yield exceeding 50 hwt of seeds from 1 hectare, it is necessary to comply with the cultivation processes.
Keywords: protein, vegetable protein, feed, feed production, cereal grain, peas seeds, crop yield, productivity, compound feed, herbage, morphotype, precocity, feed grain; short-stem, fine-seed, leafless, foliar varieties, herbicides, fungicides, inoculants, soil rolling, root rots, bacteria, nitrogen, rhizosphere, клубеньковые бактерии, nodule bacteria, fertilizer, vernalization, root system, pre-emergent and post-emergent harrowing, sitona weevil, pea aphid, pea moth, insecticides, pesticides, Rhizobium virulent strains.
Use of a phytobiotic Sangrovit allows minimizing the number of pathologies of the digestive organs of animals as well as improving metabolism.
Keywords: Sangrovit, digestive tract, phytobiotic, isochynolone alkaloids, Sanquinarine, Heleritrin, Protopin, Allochryptopin, Phytobiotics company, anti-inflammatory, hepatoprotective and anti-stress action, biological availability, amino acids, immune response, antigens, permeable intestine syndrome, enterocytes, tryptophane, serotonin, cortisol, metabolic syndrome, protein, lactoalbumin, opportunistic organisms, microflora, pro- and prebiotics, antibiotics, essential oils, organic acids.
Use of the product Profort® made by BIOTROF increases cow productivity and improves milk quality.
Keywords: productivity of livestock animals, feed nutrients, stabilizers of microflora in digestive tract of animals, pro-biotic product Profort®, microbiological balance, dairy cow productivity, compound feed, solids, rates of feeding dairy cows, milk fat and milk protein, reduction of the number of somatic cells in milk.
Use of pro-biotic additive Bacell-M for feeding cows in the late dry period and after calving contributes to normalization of metabolic processes in animal bodies and improvement of their reproductive function.
Keywords: feed, assimilability, Bacell-M, cow, calf, pro-biotic feed additive, albumin, cholesterol, calcium, phosphorus, service period, productivity, milk, milk yield, metabolism, diet, young animals, live weight, gain.
Use of mineral additive Acid Buf promotes feed efficiency, retention of rumen health, and also reduces milk production cost and improves farm profitability.
Keywords: dairy cattle production, cow, diet, рН, rumen, subacute acidosis, productivity, mineral additive Acid Buf, limy seaweed, calcium, magnesium, sodium, volatile fatty acids, milk yield, milk, rumen acidification, negative energy balance, calving, dry and post-calving period, concentrated feed, nitrogen, fiber, solids, propionate, acetate, buffer mixes, methane, bacteria, microorganisms, bioavailability, sodium bicarbonate, calcium carbonate.
Silo from mixed crops (maize, annual leguminous and cruciferous crops) surpasses maize only silo in major quality and economic parameters.
Keywords: feed, feeding, diet, silo, lactating cows, castrates, maize, mixed crops, leguminous crops, cruciferous crops, soya, peas, feed beans, oil radish, feed cabbage, herbage, productivity, development phase, dairy-wax ripeness, hybrid, Bemo 172, Polessky 212, Kuban 247, nutrition value, feed unit, metabolic energy, solids, crude protein, protein, digestibility, milk yield, productivity, siloing.
Experts discuss in detail the ways of profit increase in dairy cattle sector of Byelorussia: feed base characteristics, shortcomings in concentrate use, grass harvesting timeframe, rules for growing the replacement young animals, and management at an enterprise.
Keywords: livestock sector, dairy cattle sector, feed base, haylage, silage, siloing, air-drying, cereal and leguminous crops, bulk and concentrated feed, green mass, raw material conveyor, mixed feed, replacement young animals, lifelong productivity, management, cow, heifer, cow calf, bull, rumen, microflora, milk yield, milkness, vitamins, crude protein, lysine, methionine, solid matter, metabolic energy, digestibility, fibre, herbage, chemical and biological preservatives, insemination, lactation, culling, retirement, selection, genetic potential, live weight.
Feeding of diets with addition of niacin and choline protected from decay in rumen to cows during the transit period promotes keeping up animal health and improvement of their dairy productivity.
Keywords: dairy cattle production, cow, negative energy balance, lipid metabolism, lactation, transit and dry period, calving, solids, feed, diet, milk, glycerin, unsaturated fatty acids, unesterified fatty acids, liver, ketone bodies, ketosis, glucose, triglycerides, metabolic energy, fatness, pregnant, newly-calved, dry cow, fat liver syndrome, propylene glycol, niacin and choline protected from decay in rumen, milk yield, artificial insemination, metabolism, NiaShure, ReaShure, thermal stress, vaginal temperature, fat and protein in milk, low density lipoproteins, colostrum.
To improve productivity of milking population and quality of produced milk, it is practicable to add white lupine grain in compound feed with simultaneous reduction of the share of other sources of protein.
Keywords: dairy cattle production, cattle, genetic potential, crude and digestible protein, protein, metabolism, reproductive function, feed, feeding, compound feed, diet, non-alkaloid and low-alkaloid varieties of lupine, amino acids, lactation, nutrient value, metabolic energy, milk yield, milking capacity, milk fat, milk protein, minerals, lysine, methionine + cystine, threonine, tryptophane, arginine, urea, alkaline phosphatase, aspartate aminotransferase (AST), alanine aminotransferase (AMT), glucose, calcium, phosphor, nitrogen, carbohydrate metabolism, white lupine Degas.