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USING SORBENTS IN FEEDING FOR INCREASING ENVIRONMENTAL AND FOOD VALUE OF BROILER MEAT  [2014]

Baeva A. A. Ktsoeva I. I. Abaev A. V. Vityuk L. A. et al.

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The article presents the results of two researches and production experiments conducted on broiler chickens grown in the area with high technological background in feed heavy metals and at the risk of aflatoxicosis. Experimental data obtained during the first experiment suggests that in order to optimize biology and agro-food value of meat with excess of heavy metals and the risk of aflatoxicosis it is advisable to grow broiler chickens of the domestic cross-country of "Smena -7" In the barley-wheat-sunflower-type animal feed of broiler chickens of this cross one should include the formulation of a mold inhibitor of methoxy - phenyl. During the second research and production experience for broiler chickens of “Smena-7” cross it has been found that with the joint supplements in animal feed to the high background of heavy metals and aflatoxin B1 preparations of beet pectin and methoxy - phenyl having absorption properties, there is an increase of slaughter and meat qualities. At the same time, the meat of poultry has increased its protein-quality score and decreased the concentration of heavy metals in the meat , which helps to improve consumer properties of poultry products

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Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University

ISSN : 1990-4665