Plant feed, classification, nutritional characteristics, growing technology, harvesting time, methods of harvesting and storage, use for feeding animals and birds.

, their nutritional characteristics, growing technology, harvesting time, methods of harvesting and storage. Use for feeding various types of farm animals and birds in different physiological periods of their lives.

The successful development of animal husbandry in farms, public and private households depends entirely on the state of the feed base for feeding animals and poultry. Of all types of feed, the most valuable and cheapest are both summer and winter plant feeds..

Due to climatic conditions, grasses of sowing and natural lands remain the cheapest for production and when used by animals. But the timing of the use of green grass in animal feeding is limited to the summer period..

In the practice of livestock breeders, considerable experience has been accumulated in drying, drying and preserving, preserving green feed during a long winter period, which is close in its feed quality to the original green mass.

Along with the traditional methods of harvesting hay and silage in recent years, a relatively young technology for harvesting and storing haylage has been increasingly introduced. These types of blanks smooth out the difference between summer pasture and winter stalls for livestock and poultry in animal feeding.

About the technology of cultivation in a compressed form and methods of conservation of feed and is described in this book. It also highlights the issues of normalized feeding of farm animals, taking into account the characteristics of digestion at different periods of their life..

Plant feed.

These feed products include plant crops that are used to feed animals and poultry, containing the nutrients necessary for their livelihoods and the formation of agricultural products. Moreover, the nutrients of the feed must be in a digestible state for animals.

They should also have good taste, not contain poisonous principles and not pose a risk to animal health. Plant foods are the staple food of animals.

Depending on their physicochemical properties as applied to the anatomical and physiological structure of the digestive apparatus of different types of farm animals, the need for the same species for a certain type of plant food is not the same.

Table of Contents Vegetable Feed.

Plant feed.

The chemical composition of the feed.
Digestion and digestibility.
Nutritional value.

Classification of plant feed.

Green vegetable feed.
Rough vegetable feed.
Humeny plant feed.
Juicy Vegetable Feed.
Concentrated Plant Feed.
Wood feed.
Aquatic feed.
Compound feed.
Poisonous plants.
Organoleptic evaluation of the quality of prepared feed.

Feeding animals.
Taste analyzers.

Features of gastric digestion in farm animals.

Pig digestion.
Digestion in ruminants.
Digestion Features in Birds.

Feeding rates.

Animal feed ration.
Preparing feed for feeding.
Animal Nutrition and Productivity.

Cow Feeding Basics.

Feeding rates for pregnant and dry cows.
Feeding rates for bulls.
Feed Standards for Young Cattle.
Feed for dairy cows.
Types of Cow Feeding.
Silage and silage feed mixtures.
Dry cow feeding.
Basics of feeding bulls.
Feeding calves.
Cow Feeding Technique.
Features of feeding cows in household plots.

Feeding and rations for pigs.

Nutrient requirements of pigs.
General provisions for feeding pigs.
Feeding queen bees.
Feeding Pregnant Queen.
Basic Boar Feeding Basics.
Feeding sows.
Feeding sucking piglets.
Basics of feeding weaned piglets (2-4 months of age).
Pig Feeding Factors.
Meat fattening.
Fattening pigs in private households.

Sheep feeding.

Some Features of Sheep Nutrition.
Sheep feeding in the stall.
Feeding of pregnant women.
Features of feeding the lactating uterus.
Feeding the young.
Feeding the rams.
Features of feeding wool brooms.
Fattening and feeding sheep.
Sheep feeding in the pasture period.

Goat Feeding Basics.

Feeding goose and dairy goats.
Features of feeding young animals.

Feeding rabbits.

Bird feeding.

The relationship between feeding and poultry productivity.
The effect of feeding on young hatch.
The effect of feeding on meat and egg quality.
Feeding and poultry health.
Poultry feed.
Types of Poultry Feeding.
Dieting for an adult bird.


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