• A. A. Molchanov Khakiv state zooveterinary academy, Kharkiv.
  • I. O. Zhukova Khakiv state zooveterinary academy, Kharkiv.
  • S. L. Antipin Khakiv state zooveterinary academy, Kharkiv.
Keywords: swine, phytobiotics, feeds additives, probiotics, prebiotics, immunomodulators, organic acids, ether oils


The substitution of antibiotics by natural substances of plant origin is a step to decrease the number of gastro–intestinal disorders and to improve the performances of the growth and development of different kinds of animals. The positive influence of the above preparations can be explained by the potential of the substances to support useful microflora of gastro–intestinal tract that protects the animal from pathogenic bacteria and alleviates the course of stress periods.

The review of the publications of the Ukrainian and foreign scientists on the use of feeds additives in the animal husbandry that contain phytobiotics and antioxidants has been given in the article.

It has been found out that natural stimulators of growth (NSG) are the perspective of the substitution of antibiotic stimulators of growth (ASG) on modern animal breeding farms. Such products as organic acids, immunomodulators, probiotics, prebiotics, synbiotics, ferments or phytobiotics have proved their efficacy in providing feeds safety, supporting the health of gastro–intestinal tract and in the improvement of growth performances in different kinds of animals. Different natural stimulators of growth, combined in the balanced mixture, have a positive effect and help to resist the invasion of pathogenic agents and unfavorable conditions of maintenance.


Author Biographies

A. A. Molchanov, Khakiv state zooveterinary academy, Kharkiv.
postgraduate student
I. O. Zhukova, Khakiv state zooveterinary academy, Kharkiv.
DVS, professor
S. L. Antipin, Khakiv state zooveterinary academy, Kharkiv.
cand. Bio. Sci., associate professor


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Molchanov, A. A., Zhukova, I. O., & Antipin, S. L. (2016). SUBSTANTIATION OF THE USE OF PHYTOBITICS TO CORRECT PROTECTIVE FUNCTIONS OF SWINE BODY. Scientific Messenger of LNU of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies. Series: Agricultural Sciences, 18(1), 76-80. Retrieved from