FEED ADDITIVE AND ITS IMPACT ON THE AVAILABILITY OF AMINO ACIDS FEED
Today, enzyme-probiotic preparations are important components for the preparation of compound feed, because of their positive impact has been proven repeatedly. Enzymes and probiotics have a positive effect on the intestinal flora of animals, reduce the risk of appearance of gastrointestinal diseases and thus increase their productivity. Therefore, the aim of this work was to investigate the effect of feeding feed additives in the diets of quail. The results of the research showed the positive influence of the studied supplements on digestibility of amino acids of feed.
In particular, the availability of the amino acids serine, glycine, alanine, cystine, tyrosine accompanied reliable increase in the fourth experimental group respectively 5,3 %, 13,5 %, 6,1 %, 5,1 %, 6,2 %, compared with counterparts in the control group. If the action is minimal (the second group) and middle (third group) dose "Proenzyme" there is an increase in digestibility of glutamic acid 1.5% and 1.6%. Each of the essential amino acids has an important and specific role in metabolism. In particular the availability of lysine, which is the first limiting amino acid for the actions of the maximum dose feed additives increased by 4,3 %.
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