Аграрный вестник Урала № 12 (179) 2018Биология и биотехнологии
THE INFLUENCE OF THE DRUG “NITAMIN” BEFORE CONDUCTING THE BREEDING CAMPAIGN ON THE BODY OF LACTATING GOATS OF THE ALPINE BREED
The articlepresents the results of a study on the use of veterinary drug “Nitamin”, toincrease the level of vitamins in the body of lactating ibex Alpine breed, for21 days before the next coating. The study is the most relevant for the Alpinegoat breed, because of their high milk production, and as a result, theyprovide greater profits at lower costs for feeding and maintenance. The studywas conducted on the basis of AgroFirm Yugovskoye LLC, Kungursky district ofthe Perm Territory. At this enterprise goats of zaanensky and alpine breeds arebred. At this stage of development of the enterprise, the main task is toincrease the number of dairy goats due to the reproduction and rearing of theirown young. In the conditions of industrial goat breeding and the lack ofopportunities for own production of all the necessary feed of proper quality,it is not always possible to provide animals with all the necessary vitamins inthe required quantity. Insufficient amount of essential vitamins in the feed ofgoat animals leads to a decrease in the quality of the young stock, and as aresult, a decrease in the level of offspring preservation, its further growthand development. Today in the veterinary practice there are a large number ofdrugs aimed at filling the deficiency of vitamins in animals, one of which is “Nitamin”.The use of this drug allowed with a significant difference to bring the levelof vitamins in the blood of animals to standard indicators, which is confirmedby the results of laboratory blood tests of animals. A significant difference,according to the results of mathematical processing of the obtained results,was identified by the following indicators: total lipids (P ≤ 0.05),AST (P ≤ 0.05), vitamin E (P < 0.001), carotene (P ≤ 0.05), alkaline reserve (P ≤ 0.05) and sugar (P < 0.01).
Nitamin, diet, vitamins, single goats, lactating goats, reproduction of young goats, blood.
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