Стан кісткової тканини курчат-бройлерів за використання у раціоні кормових добавок, виготовлених із морських гідробіонтів

  • N. I. Dankevych Одеський державний аграрний університет, Одеса, Україна https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8927-5219
  • S. A. Tkachuk Національний університет біоресурсів і природокористування України, Київ, Україна https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6923-1793
  • A. P. Pylypenko Національний університет біоресурсів і природокористування України, Київ, Україна http://orcid.org/0000-0002-3154-8306
Ключові слова: курчата-бройлери, кормові добавки, морські гідробіонти, Кальцій, Фосфор, міцність, кісткова тканина

Анотація

Визначали загальний вміст Кальцію, неорганічного Фосфору та міцність кісткової тканини в середній частині діафіза великогомілкової кістки курчат-бройлерів за використання мінеральної і білково-мінеральної кормових добавок, виготовлених з чорноморської мідії і червоної водорості. Встановлено, що збільшення показників вмісту Кальцію і Фосфору, а також міцності кістки залежали від складу кормових добавок і способу їх згодовування.

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