Use of magnetized (structured) water improves health of farm poultry, and also allows increasing its productivity and reducing die-off.
Keywords: poultry production, metabolism, thermal stress, feed, structured water, dehydration, young animals, pecking, productivity, distilled water, anode water (anolyte), electrochemical activation, cathodic water (catholyte), magnetized water (Pi-water), broiler ducklings, hens, live weight, average daily gain, slaughter yield, chicks, Rhode Island breed, White Leghorn, follicles, post-natal ontogenesis, broilers, magnetic field.
Implementation of specialists’ recommendations for mineral feed of layers will allow improving bone condition of their skeleton, receiving high quality eggs even at 5 to 6-day starvation during molting, but also increasing farm profitability due to reduction of egg break and check, poultry die-off and culling.
Keywords: poultry production, layer, eggs, feed, egg laying capacity, egg laying, chickens, metabolism, calcium, phosphorus, skeleton, productivity, cage battery, osteoporosis, stocking rate, floor housing, broiler, genetic potential, embryo, shell, yolk, egg white, mineral metabolism, skeleton mineralization, micro and macro elements, replacement young animals, pullet, limestone, hock joint, pre-laying period, population uniformity, live weight, ovary, egg duct, die-off, culling, cage fatigue syndrome, feeding and watering front, diet, vitamins, biological availability, alkaline phosphatase, reserve alkalinity, molt, microflora.
The most preferable way of debeaking replacement cockerels is undercutting both parts of the beak at early age (seven days) using a debeaker (calibration opening diameter 4.37 mm).
Keywords: poultry production, replacement cockerels, stud rooster, beak, debeaking, juvenile molt, cannibalism, pecking, live weight, livability, average daily weight gain, young animals, compensatory growth, cage batteries, feed activity, Belarus Autosex cross, intact population.
For reproduction of turkey heavy crosses, only artificial insemination is used. Therefore, directional selection is carried out in every generation and turkey herds are made not only on live weight basis, but also on quantitative and qualitative indicators of sperm production and also on suitability of separate individuals for sperm production.
Keywords: stud turkey cock, turkey layer, male, female, hybrid turkey poults, heavy cross Big-6, sperm, eggs, young animals, abdominal massage, breeding nucleus, sperm production, live weight, selection, sperm cells, ejaculate, sperm dose, spermatozoa, stocking rate, replacement population, exterior, generation, muscularity, generation F1 and F0, final growing, multiplier herd, egg laying, egg fertilization rate and hatchability, hatching of standard turkey poults, incubation.
Products with monocalcium phosphate and defluorinated phosphate produced by EuroChem can be used without limitation as effective phosphor additive to compound feed with and without phytase.
Keywords: poultry production, defluorinated phosphate (DFF), monocalcium phosphate (MCP), hygroscopy, bioavailable phosphorus, calcium and sodium, assimilability, phytase, broilers, chicks, diet, feed, compound feed, feed phosphates, live weight gain, feed conversion, ileum, tibial bone, mineral substances, crude ashes, starter feed, cornmeal, wheat flour, extruded soymeal, phytase activity, crude protein, crude fiber, chymus
Increase in the level of linolenic acid in compound feed for poultry to 0.23–0.46% promotes growth of layer productivity throughout the entire egg-laying period.
Keywords: polyunsaturated fatty acids, omega-3, omega-6; sunflower, soy, linen, rape cake; cod liver oil, poultry, productivity, broilers, compound feed, linseed oil, ascites, cardiac hypertrophy, feed conversion, chicks, abdominal fat, layer, die-off, egg, yolk, protein, diet, replacement young animals, linoleic and linolenic acid, parental herd, hens, live weight, egg laying capacity, population livability, egg mass.
To ensure continuous genetic improvement of the breeding material, specialists of Cherry Valley Farms Ltd. use a state-of-the-art technique for identification of the ducks possessing the best reproductive traits and productivity.
Keywords: pedigree breeding, interbreed crossing, Cherry Valley Beijing duck, genetic improvement, duck identification, breeding value, family tree, feed, feeding, feed conversion, molecular markers, genome, controlled and consanguinous mating, egg fertility and hatchability, young ducks, generation, productivity, genomic selection, egg laying capacity, sequencing, DNA, gene, population, allele, polymerase chain reaction, nucleotide, Cherry Valley Farms Ltd.
It is practicable to use ADIMIX® Precision in poultry production to minimize negative consequences of necrotic enteritis, improve health and increase productivity of infected broilers as well as uninfected population.
Keywords: necrotic enteritis, intestines, gastrointestinal tract, digestive system, die-off, live weight, feed conversion, Clostridium perfringens, chicks, broilers, butyric acid, butyrates, antibiotics, ADIMIX® Precision, productivity, Clostridia, bursal sac.
Influence of zearalenone, T-2 toxin and their combination on the layer body was studied.
Keywords: grain, grain products, mycotoxins, aflatoxins, poultry production, poultry, contaminated feed, egg laying capacity, egg fertilization and hatching rate, livability, young animals, strain of Fusarium sporotrichioides 2m, NT-2 toxin, zearalenone, desoxynivalenol, ochratoxin, fumonizins, aurofuzarin, layers, effect of synergism, fuzariotoxins, diacetoxyscirpenol, moniliformin, citrine, cyclopiazonic acid, Poltava Clay breed, live weight, diet, compound feed, egg shell, protein, yolk, lipids, cholesterol, correlation.
Ultra-violet irradiation reduces bacterial count and dust pollution of air in hen houses; biochemical blood indicators in broilers and layers are optimized. Besides, growth rate, population livability, egg fertilization rate, egg laying capacity and hatchability improve, while the level of embryonic mortality at early stages of development is minimized.
Keywords: poultry production, chicken hens, layers, young poultry, chickens, ultraviolet and infrared rays, irradiation, egg laying capacity, bird pecking, erythrocytes, leukocytes, hemoglobin, glutation, calcium, phosphorus, catalase, alkaline phosphatase, proteins, globulins, eggs, productivity, trace elements, cobalt chloride, potassium iodide, manganese sulfate, zinc sulfate, copper sulfate, light- and electric activation, electromagnetic field of supertonic frequency, crown discharge, erythematous and erythematous bactericidal UV beam, radiation dose, resistance, livability, reproductive system, microorganisms, bacterial count, die-off, hatchability, embryonic mortality.
Addition of 5% of hydroponic green feed in SV compound feed for layer diets has a positive effect both on productivity of the population and egg quality. The eggs are notable for stronger shell and contain more carotenoids and vitamins A, E and B2.
Keywords: poultry production, animals, poultry, hydroponic green feed, layers, chicken hens, productivity, eggs, shell, culling, biologically active agents, diet, feed, wheat grain, nutritional value, full-diet compound feed, solids, herbage, crop yield, egg laying, egg laying capacity, protein, yolk, hatchability, vitamins A, E, B2, carotenoids.
Use of UF-radiation for farm poultry allows improving productivity and livability of population in commercial housing.
Keywords: poultry production, ultra-violet radiation, solar radiation, productivity, viability, livability, radiant energy, mercury-quartz, bactericidal and erythematous luminescent lamps, digestible protein, broilers, layers, chicks, young animals, gas energy exchange, molt, egg laying egg laying capacity, peroxide free radical oxidation, hematologic status, culling, cockerels, live weight, chemoluminescence.
In poultry debeaking, it is practical to use glucose products as well as vitamins K and C. This allows minimizing consequences of pain shock and promotes very fast healing of the beak cutting place and restoration of live weight during completion of growing.
Keywords: poultry production, hens, chicks, young poultry, debeaking, beak cutting, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, glucose, glycogen, feed, diet, vitamins K and C, live weight, growth rate, stress, pecking.
Population genetic analysis of turkeys of new maternal and paternal lines of the medium cross Victoria is a method of forecasting in selection for improvement of a Russian cross meeting the market requirements during import replacement.
Keywords: turkey production, lines, Victoria cross, DNK-fingerprinting, heterozygosity, intrapopulation heterogeneity, hybridization strips (fragments of genomic DNA), alleles, hybrid, genetic distance, intrapopulation diversity.
Application of TAbic® IB VAR vaccine jointly with other vaccines promotes creation of reliable protection against infectious bronchitis in chickens.
Keywords: poultry production, infectious bronchitis in chickens, respiratory path, reproduction organs, kidneys, egg laying capacity, culling, virus, hens, chickens, young animals, population, incubatory egg, layer, dung, trachea, bronchial tubes, exudate, ovaries, ovarian follicles; respiratory, reproductive and nephrosonephritis syndrome; hatchability, livability, urata, TAbic® IB VAR, TAbic® VH, TAbic® MV, vaccine, vaccination, feed conversion, parental herd, cross, Phibro Animal Health, CJSC Petelino Poultry Farm, recombinant virus, Newcastle disease, Marek's disease, strain, serotype.