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Volume 380, 2023International Conference “Scientific and Technological Development of the Agro-Industrial Complex for the Purposes of Sustainable Development” (STDAIC-2022)
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|Published online||13 April 2023|
Metabolism disturbances among ruminants in the conditions of Kyrgyzstan
1 Kyrgyz National Agrarian University named after K.I. Skriabin, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
2 Kyrgyz State University named after I. Arabaeva, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
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This article shows the change in metabolism of ruminants, which are bred in the highlands of Kyrgyzstan. Some of the most widespread diseases, such as ketosis, immune deficiencies of cows and ewes, as well as their newborn calves and lambs, have been studied. Experimental studies were carried out in the clinic of the Veterinary Medicine Faculty of the Kyrgyz National K.I. Scriabin Agrarian University using traditional methods used in veterinary medicine. Based on the conducted production and experimental studies, it was noted that in tested animals, namely the Kyrgyz Fine-wool breed sheep and the Alatau breed cows, metabolic pathologies in the form of ketosis and immune deficiencies are often recorded. Usually these diseases have interrelated etiopathogenetic mechanisms of development and therefore, the authors set the following goals and objectives: to study the mechanisms of development of ketosis in pregnant ewes and pregnant cows, as well as their newborn lambs and calves. And to reveal the features of changes in morpho-biochemical and immunological parameters of blood of ewes and their lambs of the Kyrgyz fine-wool breed, and cows and their calves of the Alatau breed.
Key words: Pathology / cow / ewe / calves / lambs / blood / antenatal / ketosis / immune deficiencies
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