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Innovit E 60 supplement: effectiveness in poultry feeding

Author: VASILY G. FRIZEN, MARINA I. SLOZHENKINA, ZOYA B. KOMAROVA, SERGEI M. IVANOV, TATYANA V. VORONINA, ALISA V. RUDKOVSKAYA, ANDREY V. KULIKOVSKY, DANIIL V. FRIESEN
Abstract: The investigation compared the effects of vitamin E (BASF, Germany) and Innovit E 60 feed supplement (LLC MEGAMIX, Russia) in the poultry diets. The purpose of the study is to compare the effectiveness of two feed additives and determine the best. Control slaughter and anatomical dressing showed that the vitamin E content in the liver and pectoral muscles of broiler chickens depended on the content of the vitamin in feed. Compared with Control group, the Test group samples contained more vitamin E by 56.94% in the liver and by 44.0% in the muscles. The biochemical analysis of blood proved, that the Innovit E 60 feed supplement had a considerable effect on the protein metabolism of broiler chickens. The total protein content significantly exceeded the Control values by 5.27%, albumin by 10.49%, and urea by 13.49%. In general, the vitamin E content in blood of Test group chickens exceeded the Control values by 37.91%. A significant difference of 42.40% was found in the vitamin E content in hatching eggs, compared with the Control values. By the end of the experiment, the content of vitamin E (Innovit E 60) in the hatching eggs was 1.78 mg/100g. The Innovit E 60 feed supplement in the diets of broiler chickens and parent herd chickens promoted activation of protein and mineral metabolism and improved the absorption and assimilation of protein from feed.
Keyword: broilers, hatching egg, mineral metabolism, parent herd chickens, pectoral muscles.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.050
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