Strict observance of all production processes and use of preservatives allows conservation of high quality feed even from difficult-to-silo feedstock and difficult weather conditions.
Keywords: feed supply, livestock production, ruminants, feed, hay, silo, haylage, perennial herbs, Eastern galega, clover, wildrye, lucerne, birds-foot trefoil, fescue, hay-making ripeness, solids, leguminous crops, siloing, haylage making, physiological dryness, propionic and lactic bacteria, airing off, tampering, trench, chemical and biological preservatives, lactic fermentation, bacterial fermentation, homo-and heteroenzymatic microorganisms, phytoncides, hydrolytic enzymes, lactic, acetic and propionic acid.
Choline is an essential nutrient in diets of cows during the transit period.
Keywords: choline, enzyme cofactor, cattle, proteins, vitamins, lipids, carbohydrates, bile, phospholipids, milk, phosphatidylcholine (PC), lysophosphatidylcholine, feed, diet, lipoproteins, rumen, chylomicrons, fat liver syndrome, metabolism, methylation, methyl groups, methionine, monogastric, ruminant and non-ruminants, poultry, pigs, pregnancy, lactation, transit period, calving, hippocampus, acetylcholine, proliferation, gene expression, oxidation stress, homocysteine, vital amine.
For complete realization of genetic potential of first-calf heifers and maintaining their health, it is necessary to create optimum animal housing conditions and provide their full-value feeding. This can be achieved by using high quality grass feed and addition of dedicated compound feeds and premixes in the diets.
Keywords: dairy cattle production, first-calf heifer, freshly calved cow, lactation, feed, advanced feeding, diet, sodium, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, zinc, cobalt, manganese, iodine, selenium, compound feed, premix, pasture management, genetic potential, reproductive abilities, fatty dystrophy of liver, ketosis, acidosis, rumen, hay, straw, silo, haylage, legume grasses, cud, productivity, milk yield, milk, solids, crude protein, crude cellulose, vitamins, bulk feed, feed supply, raw material conveyor, milking, population, metabolic energy, nutritional value, phosphorus, calcium, fatness, colostrum, calf, increasing the milk yield, grain haylage, calving, vitamin and mineral premix, carbohydrates, heifer, cicatricial digestion, cow pregnancy, live weight, rumen microflora, udder, uterus involution.
Veterinary medicine Multiomycin 1%, produced by Trionis Vet LLC, is effective both in prevention and treatment of diseases of bacterial etiology.
Keywords: livestock production, pig production, animal, pigs, gastrointestinal tract, digestive system, productivity, antibacterial medicines, resistance, microorganisms, pork, growth factors, live weight gain, feed, pathogenic bacteria, nosiheptide, feed conversion, bicyclic thiopeptide, erythropoiesis and hematopoiesis, digestibility, assimilability, opportunistic microorganisms, Clostridium, Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus pyogenes haemolyticus, Streptococcus viridans, Streptococcus faecalis, Diplococcus pneumoniae, Salmonella spp., meat, eggs, clostridiosis, Multiomycin 1%, Trionis Vet LLC.
Lack or surplus of vitamins, macro and micro nutrients in diet is a principal cause of poorer use of nutrients of diet, impairment of productivity and fruitfulness of livestock animals as well as cause of occurrence of various diseases.
Keywords: livestock production, genetic potential, productivity, cattle, diet, vitamins, micro- and macronutrients, feed, feeding, metabolism, adenosine triphosphate, hypothalamus, macro- and microelementosis, hypo- and hypervitaminosis, avitaminosis, mineral substances, calcium, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, magnesium, sulphur, chlorine, iron, zinc, manganese, copper, iodine, cobalt, essential substances, antioxidant status, endocrine glands, gastroenteric path, microflora, premix, cow, calf, silo, hay, haylage, mixed feed, bioelementosis, thyroid gland, hypothyrosis, biocatalyst, enzyme, exogenous hormones and prohormones, vitamin-like substances, anti-vitamins, carotin, immunoglobulins, immunity, resistance, thymus.
Inclusion of cobalt, copper and iodine in basic diet of young pigs improves nutritive efficiency of protein, organics and solids, fat and fibre, and promotes increase in daily average gains, provides improved slaughter yield and meat and fat content in carcasses.
Keywords: pig production, piglet, yelt, pigs, young animals, fattening, diet, micro- and macro nutrients, feeding, feed, calcium, cobalt, copper, zinc, iodine, manganese, iron, protein, fibre, fat, Large White breed, mash feed, feed unit, solid, digestibility, weight gain, live weight, hemoglobin, slaughter yield, preslaughter live weight, metabolic energy.
Whey containing many functional ingredients is a unique source of nutrients that improve functioning of intestines of weanling pigs.
Keywords: pig production, weaning, milk, nutrient value, whey, nutrients, piglets, weanling pigs, protein, amino acids, lactose, sodium, waterless lactose, feed, feeding, compound feed, diet, live weight, productivity, lactic acid, microflora, digestive tract, gastrointestinal system, young animals, absorption, lactase, nutrient, sow, milk protein, emulsified fats, solids.
Grain of blue lupine can successfully replace not only soya and sunflower oilseed meal in diets and mixed feeds, but also a considerable part of feeds of animal origin.
Keywords: feed, feed production, grain, soya and sunflower oilseed meal, lupine, peas, rape, corn, soya, amino acids, vetch, cereal crops, leguminous crops, feed protein, pigs, cow, microorganism, rumen, nitrogen, “ideal protein”, selection, non-saturated fatty acids, fibre, alkaloid, intrusion, pelletising, peeling, crop yield, cattle.
Simultaneous inclusion in diets of CIBUS® flavorant and MELLIS® sweetener, produced by the Belgian company INNOVAD NV/SA, can improve feed palatability and increase average daily live weight gain of young pigs.
Keywords: pig production, feeding, diet, pigs, piglets, weaning, weanling pigs, young animals, amino acids, minerals, vitamins, pre-starter and starter feed, palatability, gastrointestinal tract, digestive system, stress, animal body energy balance, live weight, sense of smell, taste receptors, brain, central nervous system, taste, smell, aroma, lactose, granulation, condensation, premix, aftertaste, saccharin, dextrose, neohesperidin, taumatin glutamate, stevia, CIBUS® flavorant, MELLIS® sweetener, weight gains, company Innovad.
Inclusion of live spore cultures in diets of sows and suckling pigs has a favorable effect on animal health and promotes increase in their productivity.
Keywords: pig production, probiotics, sporogenous and lactic bacteria, intestines, nutrients, absorption, live weight gain, sow, piglets, weaning, suckling pigs, weanling pigs, feed, feeding, diet, die-off, Bacillus bacteria, milk substitutes, live sporous cultures, farrow, diarrhea, condition, feed conversion, breeding stock, unproductive days, lactation, animal livability.