E3S Web Conf.
Volume 164, 2020Topical Problems of Green Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering 2019 (TPACEE 2019)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Agriculture and Biotechnologies|
|Published online||05 May 2020|
Effects of fat-containing feed after ultrasound treatment with zeolite on the metabolism
Orenburg State University, prospekt Pobedy, 13, Orenburg, 460018, Russia
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Processing technologies using non-reactive influences appear to be the most profitable in terms of safety and ecological compatibility of end products including fodder for the agro-industrial complex. The usage of various physical influences allows significantly speeding up and facilitating technological processes including those achieving results that are not possible with other technologies. Based on the study of morphological and biochemical indicators of blood, it can be stated that the introduction of cavitationally processed sunflower sludge into the diet of birds together with zeolite powder leads to improving general blood indicators. All biochemical and morphological indicators were within the physiological norm. The results indicate that the cavitational processing of sunflower sludge with zeolite particles comprising feed mixes with an additional increase in the level of metabolizable energy leads to an increase in the content of macro- and microelements against the background of a significant reduction of elements-antagonists. The greatest changes were observed in the second experimental group, (a diet with a metabolizable energy content of 14.9 MJ/kg of dry matter (DM), which consists of 6 % of cavitationally processed sunflower sludge in the presence of zeolite in the amount of 4 %).
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