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Authors: Zukhrabova L.M. –postgraduate; Alimov A.M.- doctor of veterinary sciences, professor.
Address: Kazan State Academy of Veterinary Medicine named after Bauman N.E. (tel. +7(843)273 97 85, Å-mail: study@ksavm.senet.ru).
Abstract: The aim of the research was to study the "Hlorofitovit" as studies of the effect that has any chemical compound on animals and ecoosystem living organisms is extremely important. In the studies the state of art methods of toxicological, biochemical, hematologic, veterinary and sanitary and immunological analyses were used. Experiments were done using laboratory animals (white mice, rats, rabbits). The research showed that the "Hlorofitovit» preparation is a complex compound made of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, polysaccharides, amino acids, nucleinic acids, vitamins, macro- and microelements. Toxicological studies showed that the preparation does not have toxic effect both on chemicals classification and according to danger degree classification it belongs to the fourth class – slightly dangerous substances (State Standard Document # 12.007.76). Using "Hlorofitovit" in 2,0% and 3% dosage rate in animal diet has promoting effect on homopoesis (indicated by increase of erythrocytes, leukocytes, hemoglobin in blood) on a carbohydrate exchange as an increase glucose level in blood and promotes increase of live weight.
Keywords: toxicity, resistance, “Hlorofitovit”, beekeeping, rats, hematologic indicators, biochemical indicators, enzymes
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Authors: 1Papunidi K.H.- Doctor of Veterinary Science, professor; 1Biktashev R.U.- Doctor of Agricultural Science; 1Bulankova S.R.- candidate of Biological sciences.
Address: 1Federal Center for Toxicological, Radiation and Biological Safety, Kazan (E-mail: vnivi@mail.ru).
2Tatar Republic Agricultural Center of Investments and Novations, Kazan (E-mail: agro@tatar.ru).
Abstract: In-vitro experiments revealed highdispersed kiselgure’s activity of T-2 toxin absorbtion. We ivestigated highdispersed kiselgure efficacy on dairy cows using the diets contaminated by T-2 toxin in dose 5 mg/head/day. Dispersion of sorbent was 1-6 mkm, and specific surface was 1774 m2/g. Biochemical tests of cow serum  indicated that exposure to T-2 toxin increases ?-amylase activity by 17,0% (P<0,01), ALT – by 8,6% (P<0,01), AST – by 3,6% (P>0,05)  and reduces alcaline phosphatase activity by 19,5% (P<0,001), and lactatdehydrogenase – by 28,7% (P<0,001) accoringly. Milk production decreased by 0,85 kg per day. The obtained results evident  about expressed affect of T-2 toxin on cows liver function. Introduction  of 1% sorbent per dry diet was established to defend animal organism and milk production. Milk production reduced only by 0,05 kg per day. Meanwhile all the investigated parameters remained within the physiological norm.
Keywords: dairy cows, diets, T-2 toxin, kiselgure
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Authors: Sofronova A.V. – candidate of biological sciences, Malanyev A.V. - candidate of biological sciences, Aslanov R.M. - Doctor of Biological Sciences, professor.
Address: Federal Center of Toxicological Radiation and Biological Safety, Kazan (E-mail: vnivi@mail.ru).
Abstract: The published data review shows that in man-induced disasters associated with ammonia more than 80 % of the animals survive. The "Yantaros plus" drug is known to promote normalization of protein, carbohydrate, mineral metabolism and stimulates hematopoiesis in various diseases and exposure to toxic substances. Therefore, experiments were aimed at studying the effect of " Yantaros plus" as rehabilitation means for animal exposed to ammonia vapors. The experiment involved rabbits of "Grey Giant" breed. Ten rabbits were challenged with ammonia vapors in a specially equipped camera and within 2 hours 2 rabbits died. The survived rabbits were divided into 2 groups. Animals from group 1 were fed with diet containing the "Yantaros plus" in 25 mg / kg ratio for 40 days. The rabbits from group 2 were fed their conventional diet and served as inoculums controls. Rabbits In group 3 were intact animals and used as biological controls. Blood from all the animals was taken before and at 1, 3, 7, 10, 15, 20, 30 and 40 days and after the experiment for hematological studies. Animal treated with the "Yantaros plus" drug had significant decrease in erythrocyte number and hemoglobin in the first 10 days, and leukocytes and ESR level significantly reduced at 7 days. Normalization investigated parameters already leveled within 15 days as the experiment started. Therefore, according to the blood parameters, the experiments showed that the introduction of the "Yantaros plus" drug into rabbit diet results in more rapid recovery from ammonia poisoning.
Keywords: ammonia vapors, poisoning, "Yantaros plus", hematological parameters of blood
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Authors: Ðaðunidi E.K. – Doctor of Veterinary Sciences, professor; Tremasov M.Ya. - Doctor of Biological Sciences, professor; Aslanov R.M. – Doctor of Biological Sciences, professor; Makaeva A.R. – postgraduate; Konyukhova V.A. – Candidate of Veterinary Sciences; Makaeva V.I. – staff engineer.
Address: 1Federal Centre for Toxicological, Radiation and Biological Safety, Kazan (E-mail: vnivi@mail.ru).
2Kazan Cooperative Institute.
Abstract: As urban areas continuously develop untreated or undertreated sewage waters inevitably enter water bodies. This cn cause not only water pollution, but also the death of aquatic life. The possible reasons of fish death in several areas of the Republic of Tatarstan have previously been analyzed. This article presents the results of analyzes of water samples from the water objects of the Republic of Tatarstan, where cases of fish mass death have previously been registered. Samples were taken from the Kama, Myosha, Volga, Zay, Irga rivers. In this study surface water were investigated. Totally, 667 assays have been performed. Tests and sampling were taken every season: winter, spring, summer and autumn, 2013. The analyses showed persistent exceeding of following ecotoxicants in the water: iron, copper, zinc, manganese, ammonium ions. Such pollutions of water objects cause significant damage to the hydrosphere, so society needs to take care of an effective treatment of wastewater entering water objects.
Keywords: water, ecology, fishes, toxicants, poisoning, maximum permissible concentration
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  Infectious pathology


Authors: 1Burdov G.N. - Doctor of Veterinary Sciences, professor, corresponding member Udmurt Republic Academy of Sciences, 2Marasinskaya E.I. - Candidate of Veterinary Sciences; Chismatullina N.A. - Doctor of Biological Sciences, 3Yavkin S.G.
Address: 1Udmurt Republic Chief Veterinary Administration.
2Udmurt Veterinary Diagnostic Center.
3Federal Center for Toxicological, Radiation and Biological Safety, Kazan (E-mail: vnivi@mail.ru).
4Izhevsk Station on Animal Diseases Control.
Abstract: The article provides a review of rabies epizootical situation and detection management including carnivals anti-rabies oral vaccination launched in 2008 in the Udmurt Republic. The region is registered to be infected with rabies of natural type spread by foxes. Of rabies microscopic detection methods the luminescent microscopy is the most precise and in combination with ELISA it provides the most reliable results. The mentioned immunochemical methods detect the infection within a shorter period – 5-6 hours- comparing to biotest using white rats – 30 days according to State Standards Document 26075-84.
A survey of wild carnivals oral vaccination performed in the Udmurt Republic demonstrated unsatisfactory results because either anti-rabies vaccination of targeted animals hadn’t cover the whole area or it had been terminated. According to OIE, WHO, EU recommendations the animal rabies elimination takes at least 5-6 years of animals continuous oral vaccination within the whole infected area. For successful rabies control in the Udmurt Republic we recommend to develop single inter-regional Program including a simultaneous large-scaled anti-rabies vaccination of wild carnivorous animals within Volga Region area.
Keywords: rabies, spread dynamics, foxes, cats, dogs, wildlife vaccination and detection efficiency
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7. Hismatullina N.A., Gulyukin A.M., Kulakova S.R., Amirova I.V. Sovershenstvovaniye mer borby s beshenstvom v Smolenskoy oblasti [Improvement of rabies control measures in Smolensk region].// Veterinaria. - 2011.- Vol. 4.- p. 24-27.


Authors: Musayeva M.N. - Candidate of Veterinary Sciences; Budulov N. R. - Doctor of Veterinary Sciences.
Address: State Research Institution Caspian Area Research Veterinary Institute, Mahachkala (E-mail:mila-nazarova@mail.ru)
Abstract: The article provides the results of our researches on spreading of the bovine viral diarhea, rota- and coronaviral infections in Dagestan farms. The article is of practical importance as it provides a spread level of newborn calves gastrointestinal diseases of viral etiology within the republic area.
In the farms infected with viral gastrointestinal diseases we collected excrements from infected calves and intestine contents from euphonized and dead calves aged from 1 to 20 days old. The obtained results showed that along with bacteria and other etiologic factors viruses, in particular, virus of diarrhea, rota- and coronaviruses play their role in etiology of gastrointestinal diseases. Antigens to rota- coronavirus and bovine viral diarrhea virus were detected in 51.7, 31.3, and 17.5% cases accordingly. Calves can have viral gastrointestinal infection in the type of monoinfection and in mixed variants. In association type antigens to BVD-Mucosa disease and rotavirus are registered in 18.4%, bovine viral diarrhea virus + coronaviruses in 10.2%, rota- and coroviruses in 19.1% and all three types of viruses in 8.5% cases.
To determine the spreading degree of viral gastrointestinal infection amongst cattle herds of all ages blood plasma was studied for the infection antibodies. The obtained results witness that in the republic farms these viral infections circulate in cattle herds of all ages. A larger affect by viral gastrointestinal infections is registered in adult cattle herds which do not develop clinical signs. It indicates a silent form of the infection, but these animals are the infection source.
Keywords: cattle, calves, antigen, antibodies, excrements, blood serum, rotavirus, coronavirus, viral diarrhea, Dagestan Republic
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2. Budulov N.R. Respiratornye bolezni krupnogo rogatogo skota v Dagestane: avtoref. dis. doctora vet. nauk [Cattle respiratory diseases in Dagestan]:abstract from dissertation thesis for doctor of Veterinary Sciences//Krasnodar.2009. 37p.
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Authors: Frolovtseva A.A. - Candidate of Veterinary Sciences; Byadovskaya O.P. - Candidate of Biological Sciences; Potekhin A.V.- Candidate of Veterinary Science; Rusaleyev V.S.- Doctor of Veterinary Science, professor.
Address: FGBI «Federal Centre for Animal Health» (FGBI «ARRIAH»), (600901, Russia, Vladimir, Yuryevets microdistrict, (tel.: (4922) 26-06-14, e-mail: mail@arriah.ru).
Abstract: Results of using a test-system based on indirect enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (I-ELISA) for detection of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae anatoxin Apx I antibodies in porcine blood sera are presented in the paper. Five groups of pigs were used in the experiment. The preparation experimental samples contained anatoxin Apx I mixed with an oil adjuvant Montanide ISA-206. Animals were immunized by preparation samples with different anatox in concentrations: 100 µg, 30 µg, 10 µg, 3 µg in a dose. Porcine blood sera samples were tested using a developed test-system based on I-ELISA. All experimental animals were seronegative in reference to porcine Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (titre <6.64). At day 7 of post-vaccination all the animals had the minimum antibody level. Later, the vaccinated animals had a gradual increase in antibody titer at day 14, 21 and 28, respectively.
The developed test-system against “CIVITEST suis App” specificity was  66,7% and sensitivity was 88,9%.
Test results showed that the developed test-system makes it possible to detect postvaccinal antitoxic antibodies in the immunized animals.
Keywords: actinobacillus pleuropneumonia, anatoxin, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay
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Authors: Harith Abdulla Altaher – Post-graduate student; B.T.Stegniy - Doctor of Veterinary Sciences; Denys V.Muzyka – Candidate of Veterinary Sciences; Vitaly I. Bolotin – Candidate of Veterinary Sciences.
Address: State Zooveterinary Academy, Kharkov, Malaya Danilovka, Ukraine.
National Scientific Center “Institute of Experimental and Clinical Veterinary Medicine”, Ukraine (61023, Kharkov, Pushhkinskaya Str., 83, phone +38057 707-10-90, dmuzyka77@gmail.com).

Abstract: To date, of 11 known avian paramyxovirus serotypes the 1st serotype of Newcastle disease virus is particularly dangerous for poultry farming. Since the 1980-ies the PMV serotype 1 isolated from pigeons became known as "pigeon paramixoviruses of serotype 1". In most cases they are not much different from other PMV -1, but the danger of this disease should be assessed in terms of the fact that pigeons are the main reservoir of highly virulent poultry PMV -1. The main purpose of our study was to investigate the molecular and biological properties of two field isolates of Newcastle disease virus isolated from infected pigeons in different regions of Ukraine. According to the results of molecular genetic studies the field isolates of Newcastle disease virus APMV-1/pigeon/Dnepropetrovsk/1-18-11/2011 and APMV-1/pigeon/Ukromnoye/3-26-11/2011 are velogenic viruses, and according to the studies results involving chick embryos and a day old chicks - lentogenic .
Keywords: avian paramyxoviruses, Newcastle disease virus, pigeon paramixovirusesof serotype 1
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Authors: Ivanasova E.V. -applicant.
Address: Krasnodar Research Veterinary Institute of Russian Academy of Agrarian Sciences (E-mail:krasnodarnivi@mail.ru).
Abstract: In modern agriculture the liver diseases in productive livestock take an important place among the reasons livestock welfare decrease and mortality. An original hepatoprotective premix containing a number of biologically active substances from natural raw materials was developed for pharmacocorrection of livestock liver pathology. The major active substance of the gepavet premix is lecithin.
The aim research was to study the effect of hepatoprotective premix on postweaning piglets. The scientific experiment was held on four groups of piglets. The gepavet premix was fed to the experimental groups at 1% and 3% dosage ratio. Sodium selenite was used at a dose of 0,1 mg/kg for comparison.
The experiment results showed that the premix using had a favorable effect on the piglets. No mortality cases were registered in these groups. The average daily gain exceeded the controls for 12.7% and 33.4% respectively. Evaluation of the drug effect on piglets blood biochemical parameters showed that the premix stabilizes indicators of protein fractions and normalizes liver enzymes such as alanine aminotransferase (decrease by 54.9% and 57.4% respectively)and aspartate aminotransferase (decrease by 50.6% and 51.2% respectively) was registered.
Therefore, using the gepavet premix in piglet diet reduces mortality and sickness rate, increases live weight gain and normalizes blood biochemical parameters, and has prophylactic and therapeutic effect at hepatosis.
Keywords: liver, phospholipids, hepatosis, piglets
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Authors: Shabunin S.V. - PhD in veterinary sciences, professor, academician of the RAAS; Belyayev V.I. - PhD in biological sciences, professor; Papin N.E. - PhD in biological sciences.
Address: State Scientific Institution All-Russian Veterinary Research Institute of Pathology, Pharmacology and Therapy of the RAAS, Voronezh (E-mail: vnivipat@mail.ru).

Abstract: Diselementosis is an abnormality of the mineral substances metabolism at their deficit, excess or imbalance in animals. That is why the aim of our research was to determine bioelements and heavy metal toxicants in soil, water, plants (feed) and blood of ruminants and pigs. The material for analyses was obtained from Voronezh, Belgorod, Kursk, Lipetsk, Orel, Rostov, Tambov, and Yaroslavl regions. Fodders in the Central Chernozem region are short of copper, zinc, manganese, cobalt, magnesium and sometimes of iodine. The level of iron, cadmium and nickel in the fodders is normal, only sometimes it is slightly increased. In cattle herds concentration of copper, zinc and manganese is 30-70% lower than physiological parameters.  Having normal level of iron and phosphorus sow showed lower values of manganese, copper, magnesium, calcium and zinc by 24,0-43,3%, 13,5-23,0%, 6,0-20,0%, 10,0-13,5% and 3,6-11,5%, respectively. The imbalance of microelements is harmful, because of the deficit and excess of one of them or more. Heavy metals and other ecotoxicants introduction even within maximum allowable concentration result in diselementosis, various animal diseases, welfare decrease (and other negative consequences). To solve the problem of diselementosis it is reasonable to add the deficient bioelements into soils. It will promote plants enrichment with bioelements, stimulation of physiological-biochemical processes and increase of plant production with the necessary set and number of microelements and other useful substances (vitamins, proteins, carbohydrates, bioactive substances, lipids, etc.).
Keywords: macro-, microelements, deficit, excess, diselemetosis, soil, water, plants, feed, blood, farming animals, prophylaxis, treatment
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Authors: 1Baklanova D.A. – postgraduate, 1Shakirova F.V. - doctor of veterinary science, professor; 1Valeeva A.N. - candidate of veterinary science, docent; 2Achtyamov I.F. - Doctor Medical Sciences, professor; 2Gatina E.B. - candidate medical sciences.
Address: 1Kazan State Academy of Veterinary Medicine, Kazan (Å-mail: study@ksavm.senet.ru).
2Kazan State Medical University, Kazan (E-mail: yalta60@mail.ru).
Abstract: Alteration dynamics of blood serum protein fractions at intramedullary osteosynthesis with implants coated with titanium and hafnium nitrides was studied experimentally using rabbits. Blood serum was collected and examined before surgery and at 5-180 days of postoperation period. At a constant level of total protein after trauma and during the phase of osteoregeneration process, a characteristic response to inflammatory process such as dysproteinemia was observed. The revealed changes went in two "waves" response. The first reaction wave could be observed by the 5th day after surgery and was characterized by a decrease of albumin level and increase of ? - and ?2 – globulins. The attenuation of this reaction in the experimental group occurred at an earlier stages than in the other group; the second reaction wave reached its maximum by the 180th day after the experiment and was characterized by an increase in  ?2 - and ? - globulin. The less severe reactive changes in the protein fractions of blood serum in animals of the experimental group, as opposed to the comparison group, have showed that implants coated with titanium and hafnium nitrides cause less pronounced damaging effects on experimental rabbits.
Keywords: internal fixation, dysproteinemia, serum proteins, rabbits
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Authors: 1Glazunov Y.V. - Ñandidate of Biological Sciences, associate professor; 2Glazunova L.A. - Ñandidate of Veterinary Sciences, associate professor.
Address: 1State Scientific Institution All-Russian Research Institute of Veterinary Entomology and Arachnology (625041, Tyumen, Institutskayaskaya ulitsa, 2 (tel: +7 (3452) 62-57-08, E-mail: vniivea@mail.ru).
2Federal State Research Institution of Higher Professional Education State Agrarian University of Northern Transurals (625001, Tyumen, Ulitsa Respubliki, 7 (tel: +7 (3452) 62-57-19, E-mail: IBVM.veterinarya@yandex.ru).
Abstract: The aim of the research was to study the ixodic ticks fauna and ecology in North Transurals subtaiga zone. The tick fauna was studied during the period from 2001 to 2014. To determine the species composition the ticks were collected from large mammals, as well as individual sections territories, considering the mosaic principle of their distribution. Totally, within the research period 8.851 ixodic ticks were collected: from domestic and farm animals - 4965 ticks, from plants - 3886 ticks were collected, and 142 trap/hour were processed in Northern Transurals subtaiga zone.
Index dominance collected in natural habitats of ticks was as follows: Ixodes persulcatus - 51.6%, D.reticulatus - 41.9%, D.marginatus - 6.5%. Among host animals also three types of ticks dominated I. persulcatus - 54.4%, D.reticulatus - 38.3% and only a minor part was represented by D.marginatus - 7.3%, maximum number of ticks found on one dog was - 28 ticks, on a horse - 24  ixodid ticks, on a cattle herd - 21 ticks. Index of abundance in dogs was – 8.5 ticks, horses – 6.9 ticks, cattle – 2.1 ticks. Index of occurrence (BPI) ticks vary slightly and was 90.8 % in cattle, 89.7% in horses, and 96.3% in dogs.
In general, in North Transurals subtaiga zone most common ixodic ticks type was Ixodes. persulcatus with dominance index (of total collection) 53.0+2,0%, D. reticulates 40.1+2,5%, the smallest part was taken by D . marginatus 6.9+0.6%.
Keywords: ticks, fauna, subtaiga subarea index of dominance
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Authors: Lysko S.B.– Candidate of Veterinary Sciences; Krasikov A.P. – Doctor of Veterinary Sciences, professor.
Address: GNU Siberia Poultry-Breeding Research Institute Rosselthoozakademii, Russia, Omsk (644555, st. 60 Years of Victory, 1, tel. +7(3812) 93-61-47,
Å-mail: sibniip@mail.ru).
Abstract: Bacterial diseases are at the forefront in infectious disease of birds. Abuse, indiscriminate use of antibiotics and disinfectants results in microorganisms higher resistance and therefore it became important to investigate alternative means of bacterial diseases prophylaxis. One of such methods is a microbiological agent «Organics». The aim of our research was to develop and test a new scheme of using «Organics» probiotic detergent in growing broiler chickens. In the experiment, daily broiler cross «Siberian 2C» were divided into two groups, placed on floor of two isolated from each other rooms. The experimental room was treated with «Organic» 20% -solution in aerosol form for four days before placing and subsequently twice a week with birds placed in the room. The control room was once processed with formaldehyde the day before chicken were placed in. During the experiment period chicken surviving rate, clinical status and welfare were taken into consideration, bacteriological tests of air samples, litter, scrapings from larynx mucous membrane, and washouts from feeders, drinkers, and walls were done. As a result, using «Organics» aerosol drug on developed scheme was determined to reduce total microbial background in poultry facilities and have favorable effect on facility microclimate parameters, chicken physiological condition, and welfare: increases broiler chickens survival rate by 2.8%  by reducing  death rate from infectious diseases in case no antibacterial drugs are used, increases body weight by 4.2%, reduces feed cost to 3% live weight gain per 1 kg fodder, increases profitability of broiler meat production by 4,5%.
Keywords: broilers, bacterial diseases, microflora, microclimate, washing probiotic, safety, live weight
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Authors: Sofronov V.G. - Doctor of Veterinary Sciences, professor; Danilov N.I. - Doctor of Biological Sciences; Kuznetsov E.L. - Candidate of Veterinary Sciences.
Address: Federal Public Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education "Kazan State Academy of Veterinary Medicine named after N.E.Bauman", Kazan, (tel. (843)273-96-17, E-mail: danai58@yandex.ru).
Abstract: The article describes an experiment in Ak Bars of Pestretsy poultry farm, Pestrechinsky district, the Republic of Tatarstan, on broilers placed in two hen houses under the same conditions. The experimental group was fed with mixed fodder added "GIMIZIM" multienzyme preparation, containing complex of proteolytic, amylolytic, lypolytic, cellulolytic, pectolytic, and xylanase enzymes and having phytase activity. Since the third week of raising the chickens the facility air the number of microbes decreases by 6,4% and ammonia 5,4% due to reduction of droppings number in the experimental chickens for 6,1% and decrease of nitrogen for 4,4% and humidity for 8,8% in it comparing to the control groups because of increased  forage digestibility. Introduction of  "GIMIZIM" multienzyme preparation into chicken diet promotes increase in average daily gain of live weight, in comparison with the first control group  which didn’t get the preparation for 2,14%. Meanwhile, forage cost per 1 kg weight gain reduced by 2,5% in the second experimental group comparing the control one, and the chicken preservation increased by 2,6% accordingly. Digestion trial of chicken aged 36-42 days old revealed increase of protein uptake for 1,08%, fat - 10,66%, celluloses - 2,6% and nitrogen-free extractive substances - 3,6% accordingly, and also promoted  nitrogen uptake for 2,46%, calcium - 4,81% and phosphorus - 2,33%. In experiment chicken droppings the NMR- relaxometry revealed molecular structures with higher local mobility that testifies a better digestion of forage nutrients by experiment chicken. Reduction in forage cost and increase in livestock livability promoted cost value cheapening for 6,1% and profitability increase for 6,6% in the experiment group comparing to the control ones.
Keywords: sanitation inspection of facility, broilers, hen house microclimate parameters, multienzyme preparation, digestibility and uptake of forage nutrients, operational performance
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Authors: Semina O.V. – postgraduate; Aimaletdinov A.M. – Candidate of Biological Sciences; Idiyatov I.I. - Candidate of Biological Sciences.
Address: Federal Center of Toxicological, Radiation and Biological Safety, Kazan (tel.: +7(843) 239-53-19, E-mail: vnivi@mail.ru).
Abstract: The article describes the influence of «EXTRAFIT»  feed additive «EXTRAFIT» (hydrolysis product of grass flour amaranth) at doses of 1; 2 and 4 % of the diet on turkey clinical, growth rate and hematological blood parameters. For this reason we had clinical researches and defined the level of erythrocytes, leucocytes, hemoglobin, hematocrit, erythrocyte sedimentation rate and calculated different forms of leucocytes. The studies showed that feeding turkeys fodder containing the above mentioned drug did not affect negatively the overall condition, strengthened the growth rate and increased feed conversion. The highest average daily growth weight was registered with «EXTRAFIT» additive at the level of 2% of the fodder exceeding the control for 12.5%, feed consumption reduced by 11.1 %. The turkey blood tests showed that the birds fed with diet added «EXTRAFIT» tended to have increased level of red and white blood cells, hematocrit, erythrocyte sedimentation rate reduction, and the change in blood cell counts directly depended on the concentration of «EXTRAFIT» additive in the ration. Leucogram analysis showed that using the enriched ration turkeys diet had an effect on percentage level of leucocytes various forms that is an increased level of eosinophils, monocytes and lymphocytes. This tendency was registered in birds of all age; the observed changes were within the physiological norm.
Keywords: turkeys, feed additive, Extrafit, growth weight, blood, blood cells
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