METHIONINE: AN EFFECTIVE LEVEL OF COMPOUND FEED FOR CHICKENS BREEDER MEAT DIRECTION OF PRODUCTIVITY


  • I. Ibatullin National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
  • I. Ilchuk National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
  • M. Kryvenok National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
Keywords: chicken breeder meat direction of productivity, feed, effective level of methionine

Abstract

Experimentally determined performance breeder chickens cross «Cobb-500» at different levels of methionine in the feed. Found that the most effective levels of methionine for fodder for chicken breeder meat direction of productivity were: in the first 13 weeks of egg production – 0,41 % in the last 13 weeks – 0,40 %. Raising chickens methionine in the fodder from 0,35 to 0,37 % in the first phase and egg from 0,34 to 0,36 % in the second practically no effect on the productivity and contributed even a slight reduction. The increase of methionine in the fodder chickens from 0,35 to 0,39 and 0,41 % in the first phase and egg from 0,34 to 0,38 and 0,40 % in the second, resulting in an increase in productivity, including: gross collection of eggs – 1,1 – 3,8 % and the average egg laying hen – 1,6 – 2,1 %. Reduction of methionine in fodder to 0.33% in the first phase of egg and to 0,32 % in the second, were not significantly affected the productivity of poultry. Feed consumption per unit of production were the lowest for methionine content in fodder chickens – 0,39 and 0,41 % in the first phase of egg and 0,38 and 040% in the second. The cost of feed for 10 eggs in these levels were, respectively, 2,39 and 2,33 kg and was lower than in control counterparts by 0,8 – 3,3 %. Different levels of methionine in compound feed not significantly affected hatching eggs quality, but they were slightly higher than the levels of methionine in the feed first phase of egg 0,39 and 0,41 %, and 0,38 and 0,40 second.

 

Author Biographies

I. Ibatullin, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
Doctor of Agricultural Sciences, Professor, Academician of NAAS
I. Ilchuk, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, Associate Professor
M. Kryvenok, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, Associate Professor

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2015-03-08
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Ibatullin, I., Ilchuk, I., & Kryvenok, M. (2015). METHIONINE: AN EFFECTIVE LEVEL OF COMPOUND FEED FOR CHICKENS BREEDER MEAT DIRECTION OF PRODUCTIVITY. Scientific Messenger of LNU of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies. Series: Agricultural Sciences, 17(1), 63-71. Retrieved from https://nvlvet.com.ua/index.php/agriculture/article/view/3551