USE OF RAPESEED OIL FOR CALVES FEEDING


  • V. F. Radchikov RUE “Scientific and practical center of the National academy of sciences of Belaruson animal husbandry”, Zhodino
  • T. L. Sapsaleva RUE “Scientific and practical center of the National academy of sciences of Belaruson animal husbandry”, Zhodino
  • T. L. Golubenko Vinnytsia National Agrarian University, Vinnitsa
Keywords: rapeseed oil, compound feeds, diet, premix PQR-2, calves, live weight, feed costs, economic indicators

Abstract

It is possible to use feedsin diets for young cattle efficiently by replacing most of the imported protein feeds with increased level of processing product of double-zero varieties of rape of «canole» type – oil, due to its high nutrient density and low level of anti-nutrient matters – erucic acid content up to 0–0,7 %, which will allow to expand reserves of rapeseed feedsuse in diets for farm animals.

Rapeseed oil of «canole», type obtained by processing of seeds of new rape varieties of Belarusian selection, can be used for feeding young cattle at growing in the amount of 7 % of the compound feed weight as a high-energy component. Feeding calves with compound feed KR-2 with rapeseed oil has a positive effect on their growth energy and allows obtaining average daily weight gains on the level of 1033 g at lower feed cost and prime cost of products obtained.

 

Author Biographies

V. F. Radchikov, RUE “Scientific and practical center of the National academy of sciences of Belaruson animal husbandry”, Zhodino
doctor of agricultural sciences, professor
T. L. Sapsaleva, RUE “Scientific and practical center of the National academy of sciences of Belaruson animal husbandry”, Zhodino
Candidate of Agricultural Sciences
T. L. Golubenko, Vinnytsia National Agrarian University, Vinnitsa
Candidate of Agricultural Sciences

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Published
2015-04-28
How to Cite
Radchikov, V. F., Sapsaleva, T. L., & Golubenko, T. L. (2015). USE OF RAPESEED OIL FOR CALVES FEEDING. Scientific Messenger of LNU of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies. Series: Agricultural Sciences, 17(1), 166-171. Retrieved from https://nvlvet.com.ua/index.php/agriculture/article/view/3571