Аграрный вестник Урала № 11 (178) 2018Биология и биотехнологии
THE USE OF ANTISEPTIC-STIMULANT D-2 FRACTION TO INCREASE PROFITABILITY FOR BROILER PRODUCTION
The main task of the poultry industry is to increasethe production of dietary and high-calorie foods – eggs and meat to a levelthat ensures their consumption in accordance with scientifically-based humannutrition standards. Under these conditions, the issues of increasing of thenatural resistance of poultry by targeting of exogenous biologically activesubstances (BAS) to the chain of biological oxidation reactions (the most“suffering” under stress), as well as other metabolic processes, have becomeparticularly relevant. The aim of our work was to study the possibilities ofusing the preparation antiseptic-stimulator d-2 fraction for the correction ofthe main zootechnical indicators of the development of broilers for fattening. Forthe experiment, daily chicks, according to the analogs, were formed by twoexperimental and control groups of 160 animals each. The weight of dailychickens in all groups ranged from 35 to 38 grams. Inside the hatchery,chickens of the experimental groups were treated with an antiseptic-stimulatord-2 fraction aerosol at a concentration of 15 and 30 %. In the future, allbirds were grown in three-tiered cage batteries, feeding, watering andpreventive measures were the same for all groups. 40 heads of chickens fromeach group were weekly weighed. Accounting for the safety of livestock wascarried out at the end of the experiment, before the slaughter of broilers. Basedon the experimentally obtained indicators, we recommend the use of aerosoltreatment of daily broiler chickens from cylinders with a 15 % solution ofantiseptic-stimulator d-2 fraction with an exposure of 5 seconds for each boxwith chickens, in order to increase their daily average weight gain, and respectively,and the average live weight at slaughter by 2.1 %, as well as an increasein safety by an average of 3.4 %.
antiseptic-stimulator d-2 fraction, broilers, Smena-8, weight gain, safety.
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