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[Biological peculiarities of sow diets with sapropel supplement]  [2007]

Adamovich, K.F.,National Academy of Sciences. Scientific and Practical Center of Animal Breeding (Belarus);

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The present research have established optimum norms of input of dry sapropels in mixed feeds for sows, and also their influence on efficiency of animals, hematologic parameters and digestibility of basic nutrients of a ration. Feeding of original mixed fodders with the content of sapropel of 3% to sows increases their assimilation of nutrients of a ration, makes active protective forces of an organism (immune system of an animal), promotes reception of a lot of alive pigs at a birth and provides higher energy of growth in the first weeks of a life of animals. For definition of influence of the sapropels supplement in mixed feed on use of nutrients of a ration at sows in farrow a balance experience has been lead. Comparison of parameters of digestibility of the basic nutrients in group received the ration on the accepted technology and in group received in addition to the basic diet mixed fodder about 3% the sapropelic additive instead of adequate quantity of barley has shown that pigs received sapropel with mixed feed digested organic substance on 1,75% and on 2% a protein better in comparison with analogues from control group. Similar laws are established and in fat and cellulose - on 2,9 and 7,7% respectively

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Известия Национальной академии наук Беларуси. Серия аграрных наук (Belarus). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. Agrarian Sciences Series

ISSN : 1817-7204