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.
Inclusion of dry product from green grass crops (hay meal) in pig diet and its use in functional feeding of pigs is economically reasonable.
Keywords: pig production, sow, piglet, breeding stock, weaning, productivity, genetic potential, functional feed, biocenosis, saccharolytic and pathogenic microflora, bifidobacteria, lactobacteria, enterobacteria, short-chain monocarbon acids, acetic, propionic, butyric acid, epithelium, thick intestine, enzymes, proteolytic bacteria, organism self-poisoning, physiological status, grass crops, protein, fibre, hay meal, grass meal, amino acids, estrogens, lysozyme, mucin, young animals, mixed feed, metabolite, age-sex group, metabolic energy, nutrient value of feed, microbial landscape, suckling period.
Inclusion of Profort® feed additive, produced by BIOTROF LLC, in diets of pregnant and lactating sows promotes increase in livability and increase in pig growth rate due to optimization of digestive processes and improvement of immune function and animal health.
Keywords: pig production, sow, diet, feed, piglet, suckling period, weaning, livability, growth rate, farrow, lactation, immunity, Profort® feed additive, BIOTROF LLC.
The 5th Sectoral Russian Feed Industry 2017 Business Conference «Compound feed industry — a livestock production driver» organized by AgroInvestor magazine was held in Moscow.
Keywords: compound feed, feed, livestock production, poultry production, pig production, meat and dairy cattle production, cattle, pigs, poultry, aquaculture, diet, soybeans, soy meal, premixes, vitamins, amino acids, acidifiers, feed antibiotics.
Expenses for procurement of basic enzymatic balancing mix of cicatricial cellulosolytic microorganisms or lines of Vitex premixes quickly pay off, and their application promotes increase in productivity of dairy cattle and allows long-term planning for livestock specialists.
Keywords: dairy cattle production, cow, lactation, milk, protein, fat, AgroVitEx LLC, feed, diet, feeding, preservatives, premixes, compound feed, milk fat drop syndrome, BIOTROF company, PCR and RFLP molecular biology methods, microbial community, rumen, cicatricial contents, ruminants, digestive tract, productivity, milk yield, genome, DNA, bacteria, microorganisms, pathogens, transit microflora, amylolytics, cellulosolytics, bifidus bacteria, bacilli, Clostridia, staphylococci, enterobacteria, Fusobacteria, pseudo-monads, lactate fermenting bacteria, acido bacteria, bacteroids, chytrid fungi, volitile fatty acids, lactic acid, lactate acidosis, necrobacillosis, mycotoxins, sorbent, silo, premix Vitex, basic enzymatic balancing mix of cicatricial cellulosolytic microorganisms.
Use of lactic bacteria-based products made by BIOTROF allows producing feed with high aerobic stability.
Keywords: haylage, haylaging, silo, siloing, perennial herbs, sun drying, solids, lactic and butyrate bacteria, yeast, anaerobic conditions, physiological dryness, proteins, pectin substances, ammoniac nitrogen; acetic, lactic and oleic acid; BIOTROF LLC, proteolytic enzymes, proteolysis, butyrate and lactic fermentation, aerobic damage of feed, aerobic stability, bulk feed.
The Magazine correspondent reporting from the opening ceremony of the Kemin company plant in Lipetsk Region.
Keywords: Kemin, special economic zone, feed components, livestock production, enzymes, vitamins, trace elements, amino acids, anion salts, adsorbents of mycotoxins, premixes, Kemin plant in Lipetsk Region.
In arranging an early stage of the pasture conveyor, it is practical to include a new crop – festulolium – in the grass mixes, along with a traditional cereal — cocksfoot grass. Six-year research revealed a potential of cereal herbages created on the basis of a Russian variety of festulolium VIK-90 which is characterized by intensive forthputting, high productivity and steady longevity.
Keywords: Festulolium, VIK-90 variety, cereal grass mixes, crop yield, feed quality, cocksfoot grass.