Metabolism, productive performance of bright breeds of lacquer for feeding in the diet of aquaculture supplements

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Tetiana Prylipko
Yevhen Dulkay
Volodymyr Kostash
Volodymyr Tkachuk
Tetyana Verbelchuk
Sergii Verbelchuk
صندلی اداری


The paper examines the search and development of effective ways to reduce the proportion of grain in feed due to non-grain raw materials and partial or complete replacement of such high-value ingredients as animal proteins, fats, phosphatides, macro-and micronutrients and vitamin-mineral premixes through the use of natural resources of the local raw material base. The main nutrients contained in the protein-mineral supplement of the Dniester River indicate its unique, natural multicomponent composition, so it can be widely used, in particular, as a source of protein, amino acids, vitamins, macro-and micronutrients and possibly others. biologically active substances not yet identified by us. It was found that the brightness of the experimental groups in terms of live weight slightly exceeded the animals of the control group. Bright experimental groups made slightly better use of feed nutrients. Feed costs per 1 kg of live weight gain, they were 6.5-8.4% lower. When feeding the bright research groups aquaculture of the Dniester River, there is a tendency to increase the strength of their wool. The inclusion of aquaculture additives in the feed helped to increase the concentration in the blood of bright experimental groups of hemoglobin by 0.13-0.38 g (P> 0.05) compared with the control, which indicates an increased level of redox processes in the body. Moreover, the highest content of hemoglobin (12.01 vs. 11.63 g%) was observed in the blood of bright IV experimental group, in the diet of which was compound feed with the inclusion of 15 wt.% Additive. However, the difference in this indicator between the animals of the IV experimental and I (control) groups (0.38 g%) is statically unlikely (P> 0.05).


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Tetiana Prylipko, State Agrarian and Engіneering University in Podilya

Doctor of Science (Agricultural), Professor of the Department of Technology of Production, Processing and Standardization of Livestock Products, 
She teaches disciplines taught: Technology of livestock production; Commodity science of livestock products; Technology of meat and meat products; Technology of milk and dairy products; Modeling of technological processes of animal husbandry
 Author of more than 200 scientific works.

Yevhen Dulkay, Podillia State University

Postgraduate student

Volodymyr Kostash, Podillia State University

Ph.D. in Agriculture,  Assistant at the Department of Food Production Technologies and Food Standardization. He teaches disciplines taught: Morphology, physiology of farm animals and radiobiology, Pathological Physiology,  Cytology, Histology, Embryology. Author of more than  25 scientific works. 

Volodymyr Tkachuk, Zhytomyr National Agroecological University

Ph.D. in Agriculture, Associate Professor at the Department Livestock Production Technologies of Animal Productsю He teaches disciplines taught: Technology of Special Meat Cattle Breeding, Horse-making, Technology of Production of Food Products. Author of more than 121 scientific works. 

Tetyana Verbelchuk, Polissіa National University

Ph.D. in Agriculture, Associate Professor Department Livestock Production Technologies of Animal Products, Zhytomyr, Ukraine. She teaches disciplines taught: Innovative technologies of livestock production, Technology of pig production, and Organic pig breeding. Author of more than 100 scientific works.

Sergii Verbelchuk , Polissіa National University

Ph.D. in Agriculture, Associate Professor of the Department of Processing Technologies and Quality of Livestock Products. He teaches disciplines taught: Production of environmentally friendly and organic livestock products, Innovative technologies for processing livestock products, Technological equipment for workshops for processing livestock products. Author of more than 100 scientific works. 


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