Inclusion of feed additives ADIMIX® Precision and АPEX® in broiler diets (separately or combined) promotes increase in feed consumption and improvement of its conversion.
Keywords: feed additives, a poultry, intestines, nutrients, butyrates, bacteria, digestive tract, gastrointestinal system, microflora, genetic potential, ADIMIX® Precision, АPEX®, natural vegetable components, biologically active ingredients, feed, digestion, coated butyrates; pre-starter, starter, finishing compound feed; broilers, young poultry, chicks, live weight, Nutriad.
Feed supplements made of the components based of local plant resources, including common tansy, promote improvement of metabolic processes in layer bodies, which improves quality of egg products.
Keywords: layer hens, feed supplements, feed additives, common tansy, elfin wood needles, stinging nettle, egg products, nutrients, diet, feed, genetic potential, productivity, grass meal, digestibility, solids, protein, eggs, egg laying capacity, egg laying.
Inclusion of Alltech-made additives Bioplex Zinc, Bioplex Iron, Bioplexs Manganese, Bioplex Copper as well as Sel-Plex (organic form of selenium) in diet contributes to smaller oxidation of such important feed ingredients as vitamins, in particular, vitamin A and E, and carotenoids.
Keywords: monogastric animals, pigs, poultry, feed, phosphorus, phytic acid, phytase, feed phosphates, mineral nutrition, iron, zinc, copper, manganese, selenium, iodine, premix, diet, organic and inorganic form of trace elements, vitamins, bioavailability, antagonism, absorption, chelates, ligand, amino acids, peptides, polysaccharides, phytase activity, proteinates, glycinates, complexes with polysaccharides, chelates with amino acids, Bioplex, inhibitor, E. coli, P. licii, A. niger, carotenoids.
Use of INNOVAD-made feed additives FORMAT and NOVINOX contributes to strengthening of poultry health, increase in productivity of population and quality improvement of final products.
Keywords: poultry production, meat and bone meal, rancidification, oxidation, biosafety, amino acids, fats, bacteria, nutrient value, feed, diet, feeding, poultry, bacterial toxins, immune system, immune response, antibiotics, resistance, biosafety, recontamination, reinfection, infection, productivity, oxidative stress, FORMAT and NOVINOX feed additives, INNOVAD company.
Use of feed chalk in layer diet had no adverse effect on quality characteristics of egg shell that allows a conclusion on equivalence of using feed chalk as basic source of calcium along with other mineral feeds.
Keywords: poultry production, calcium, phosphorus, mineral nutrients, diet, feed, feeding, full-diet mixed feed, eggs, layer, egg shell, feed chalk, flowing property, slumping, dustiness, shell thickness and marbleness shells, calcium-containing components, cockleshell, limestone, defecate, chicken hens, population, egg weight, protein, yolk, shell-free egg, egg candling, nacre, arsenic-containing connections, sub-shell coating.
Inclusion of Lallemand-made effective probiotic Levisel® SB Plus in diets of young layers contributes to optimization of digestion, formation of good immune response and improvement of herd uniformity.
Keywords: commercial poultry production, viability, productivity, herd uniformity, population safety, egg laying, population, feeding, feed, diet, replacement young animals, pullet, parental herd, chick, stress, digestive tract, nutrients, immune system, pathogenic and opportunistic microflora, exogenous and endogenous toxins, bacteria, Levicel® SB Plus probiotic, laying hens, Hy-Line cross, breeding herd, incubatory egg, yeast culture Saccharomyces boulardii, symbiotic microflora, antibiotics, lacto- and bifidobacteria, live weight, clostridia, enterobacteria, macro organism.
Partial replacement (50%) of mixed feed with grass component in diets of young geese allows reducing consumption of feed crops and oilseed meals and reducing the use of feed supplements.
Keywords: nutrient and biological value of diets, feed production, resource-saving technologies and biotechnologies, full-diet mixed feed, grass component, young geese at fattening, Lind gosling, growing period, sunflower and soya oilseed meals, protein-vitamin-mineral concentrate, monocalcium phosphate, starting period, growth period, finishing period, concentration of metabolic energy, total gain, daily average gain, live weight, visceral fat, muscular tissue, chemical composition of muscles.
Purpose of the scientists’ research was studying the effect of water alcohol extract from vegetative part of Sessile-flowered Acanthopanax and Patrinia Scabiosaefolia as effective sources of biologically active stimulators that improve metabolic processes in poultry body and improve its productivity.
Keywords: poultry production, layers, hen survival, chick hatching, live weight, puberty, metabolic processes, Sessile-flowered Acanthopanax, Patrinia Scabiosaefolia, glycogen, egg fertilization rate, chicks.
Feeding of diets with BioPlus® YC pro-biotic to turkeys promotes optimization of digestion and increase in productivity of population.
Keywords: poultry production, turkeys, microflora, dysbacteriosis, productivity, digestive tract, diet, antibiotics, probiotics, assimilability, nutrients, microflora, microbial community, bacteria, Firmicutes, Proteobacteria and Bacteroidetes, Firmicutes, Bacteroides, Actinobacteria, Proteobacteria, Verrucomicrobia, Synergistetes, Elusimicrobia, Bacillus subtilis, Bacillus licheniformis, C. perfringens, Eimeria spp., Salmonella spp., ileum gut, blind gut, protein fermentation, proteolytic fermentation, amines, ammonia, feed, spore formation, proteases, xylanase, lipase, cellulase, persistence, proliferation, feed additive, feed conversion, anticoccidials, minerals, vitamins, metabolic energy, crude protein, amino acids, live weight, average daily weight gains, villi, crypts, enzymes.
At long-time feeding of feeds with increased content of triticale, regular blood tests are necessary to monitor mineral and lipid metabolism in poultry bodies as well as monitor vitamin content in diet.
Keywords: feed, mixed feed, winter and summer triticale, poultry, chickens, chicks, mineral and lipid metabolism, feeding, lysine, threonine, methionine, phosphor, calcium, assimilation, carotinoids, riboflavin, eggs, Rhode Island chickens, Leghorn chickens, alkyl resorcinols, non-starch polysaccharides, metabolism, layer, egg hatchability, raising of young animals, productivity.