. Designed for specialists in peasant farms, owners of personal subsidiary farms involved in animal husbandry.
Foods are products that are suitable for consumption by farm animals, containing organic and mineral nutrients in a digestible and harmless form. The animal organism and the products produced by them, like plants, contain in their composition similar groups of chemical compounds consisting of the same chemical elements.
Elements such as oxygen, hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen, sulfur, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, calcium, iron and chlorine, which are part of animal and plant organisms in the amount of several hundredths to tenths of a gram per 1 kg of weight, are called macronutrients. Substances contained in milligrams and micrograms per 1 kg of weight are called trace elements, they play a large role in the body, are part of hormones, enzymes, vitamins. As a result of digestion, feed substances are converted into body substances and animal products.
Feed is evaluated by:
Suitability for feeding them.
By their effect on appetite and physiological processes in animals.
According to the impact on product quality.
Feed is divided into three main groups..
The first includes plant-based feed and industrial waste: cake, meal, beet pulp, molasses, bard, pulp, grains, etc., as well as by-products of cereals and industrial crops (straw, tops). The second – animal feed, eggs, milk, meat and waste obtained during their processing (whey, cheese, casein, fat, meat and meat and bone meal, etc.)
The third group includes products of chemical-biological synthesis, which include synthetic nitrogen compounds, protein-vitamin concentrates and additives of salts of macro and trace elements.
Book Contents Feed Production Technology.
Digestibility of feed nutrients and diets.
Oil Extraction Industry Waste.
Sugar refinery feed waste.
Feed waste from distilleries.
The bioavailability of minerals for animals.
The bioavailability of phosphorus.
Availability of Magnesium.
The bioavailability of sodium, potassium, chlorine.
The bioavailability of sulfur.
Amino acid nutrition of animals.
Hydroponic method of growing green feed.
Organization of the green conveyor.
Silo Harvesting Technology.
Silage of leafy mass of corn.
Silage of corncobs.
Features of the silage of individual crops.
Silage of beet tops.
Combined Silo Harvesting Technology.
Hay Harvesting Technologies.
Hay harvesting technology.
Use of chemical preservatives.
The technology of harvesting and storage of root crops.
Preparing feed for pigs.
Preparing feed for cattle.
Preparing feed for poultry.
Preparing roughage for feeding.
Machines and equipment used for harvesting feed.
Equipment used to prepare feed for feeding.
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