E3S Web Conf.
Volume 203, 2020Ecological and Biological Well-Being of Flora and Fauna (EBWFF-2020)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Veterinary Well-Being of Fauna|
|Published online||05 November 2020|
Influence of experimental feed additives on growth, development and productivity of young pigs
1 Far Eastern State Agrarian University, 86, Politeknicheskaya Str., Blagoveschensk, Russia
2 L.K. Ernst Federal Science Center for Animal Husbandry, Moscow region, Podolsk, Dubrovitsy, Russia
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pig farming is one of the dynamically developing branches of animal husbandry. Of all the factors that determine the success of the livestock industry, the most important is biologically complete animal feeding, which makes it possible to realize the genetic potential of animals. Numerous scientific developments show that the use of local non-traditional feed additives in combination with probiotic and enzymatic preparations in pig feeding is currently promising. The geographical location of the Amur region makes it possible to widely use cheap seaweed in animal feeding. In the course of scientific research, scientists have already proven the effectiveness of feeding brown algae to animals. As for the red algae, the representative of which is anfeltia red, research on its use in pig feeding in the Amur region was conducted for the first time. Ahnfeltia red contains a small amount of regulated organic and biologically active substances. The aim of experimental studies was to study the effect of feeding red anfeltia separately and together with the enzymatic probiotic “Vitacell” on the metabolism and productivity of young pigs. In the process of conducting scientific and economic balance (physiological) experiments established that the inclusion in the feed of angelli red together with probiotic “of Vitacell” helped to increase average daily gains, increase the intensity of metabolic processes and to improve the fattening qualities of young pigs.
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