, recipes and methods for the preparation of animal feed, used vitamin and mineral supplements.
High productivity of farm animals can be maintained only taking into account the body’s needs for nutrients, i.e. with normalized feeding. All the vital activity of a living organism, especially animal productivity, is associated with the mandatory presence of a sufficient amount of protein. The components of the protein, its structure are acids.
In the general balance of amino acids, more than 20 varieties are distinguished, of which 11 are irreplaceable (limiting), i.e. those that are not synthesized in the body and come only with food. These include: arginine, histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, theonine, tryptophan, valine, cystine. Thus, the initial rationing of feed was associated with two indications: total nutrition and digestible protein.
Constant underfood of the animal with proteins led to degenerative processes, such as slowing down the growth and development of the animal’s body, degeneration of muscle and bone tissues, cessation of hair and reproductive growth, loss of self-control (the nervous system is affected), etc..
The usefulness of a protein depends on its amino acid composition. If one of the limiting amino acids is deficient, the protein is considered inferior, and especially the inferiority of the fed protein affects the productivity of the bird..
The lack of any one essential amino acid leads to changes in certain organs and systems. For example, with a lack of cystine and methionine, the formation of growth hormone of the anterior pituitary gland stops, tryptophan – the weight gain decreases.
Animal Nutrition Basics.
Feed and feeding farm animals.
The history of the development of standardized directed feeding of farm animals.
Digestion in animals.
Digestion in the stomach.
Features of gastric digestion in different types of farm animals.
Gastric digestion in horses.
Features of gastric digestion in pigs.
Gastric digestion in ruminants.
Digestion in the rumen.
Digestion features in young ruminants in the milky and transitional period.
Feed characterization, feed classification.
Features of haymaking for home farming.
Homemade Hay Press.
Silo and Silo.
Silo for pigs and poultry.
The main harmful and poisonous herbs.
Roots, tubers and succulent feed.
Flour dust settling in mill production.
Vegetable oil production waste.
Waste from starch and fermentation plants.
Dried Beer Shot.
Beet sugar residues.
Acorns and chestnuts.
Preparing feed for feeding.
Feeding farm animals.
Feeding rates for pregnant and dry cows.
All feeding standards for dairy cows.
Feeding rates for breeding bulls.
Feed Standards for Young Cattle.
Drawing up diets for cows.
Feeding the breeding bulls.
Feeding young cattle.
Feeding and rations for pigs.
Feeding rates for pregnant and single queens.
All norms for feeding the lactating uterus.
Feeding rates for repairing young animals.
All Boar Feeding Standards.
Feeding rates for meat and bacon fattening.
Feeding queen bees.
Diet for uterus according to the norms of feeding the first half of pregnancy.
Making rations for boars.
Feeding suckling pigs and weaners.
Feeding wool shafts.
All about feeding rams.
All uterine feeding.
Feeding the young.
List of references.
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