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Kuban State Agrarian University

Application of enzymatic agent MEK CX-3 (as a component of combined feeds for broiler chicks) promotes live weight gain, feed conversion efficiency and safety of young birds

SUBJECT: enzymatic agent; increase in body weight; broiler chicken; compound feed; meat productivity

POSTED TO: Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University [1990-4665]

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To solve the problems of full-value feeding for pigs, it is offered to use protein-vitamin-mineral additives as a component of rations. It allows increasing live weight gain, average live weight gain and improving feed conversion efficiency per 1kg of live weight gain

SUBJECT: enzymatic agent; protein; amino acids; productivity; feed conversion ratio

POSTED TO: Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University [1990-4665]

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WAYS IMPROVING THE USE OF NUTRIENTS DIETS

Коnоnеnко S. I. [2013-02-28]

Our introduction of the enzyme preparation MEC-AGRICULTURE-3 into the mixed fodder for young pigs favors increase of live weight by 6.0 % and average daily weight gain by 7.8 %

SUBJECT: enzymatic agent; productivity; feed conversion ratio; pig feeding; mec-agriculture-3

POSTED TO: Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University [1990-4665]

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EFFECT OF FERMENTS ON PRODUCTIVITY

Коnоnеnко S. I. [2013-03-30]

The author has studied the efficiency of diets with NATUPHOS 5000 enzyme preparation. Adding the enzyme preparation into the mixed fodder for chicken broilers favors increase of live weight by 4,5 % and average daily weight gain by 6,1 %

SUBJECT: weight gain; chicken broilers; enzymatic agent; productivity; feed conversion ratio

POSTED TO: Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University [1990-4665]

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Kuban State Agrarian University

Modern pig farming is a leading global livestock industry, but the organization of adequate balanced feeding is actual for the industry. Digestibility of metabolizable energy of feed depends on various factors, including the content of non-starch polysaccharides, which have a negative effect on the digestibility of key nutrients of the feed, lead to a decrease in growth rate and conversion eff ...

SUBJECT: growth rate; enzymatic agent; productivity; feed conversion ratio; pig feeding

POSTED TO: Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University [1990-4665]

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