Quality of cattle meat when feeding the mineral supplement “Stimulus +”


Keywords: microelements, mineral supplement, cattle, “Stimulus ”.

Abstract

To find out the influence of the mineral supplement “Stimulus +” on the intensity of physiological processes and productivity of bulls. To achieve this goal, we set ourselves the following tasks: 1. To study the effect of the additive “Stimulus +” on the hematological parameters of experimental bulls. 2. Investigate the effect of the drug “Stimulus +” on the quantitative and qualitative indicators of meat (slaughter quality, morphological and chemical composition of carcasses) and its biological value. To study the effect of the mineral supplement “Stimulus +” on the productivity of animals. The obtained results make it possible to correct the diets of experimental animals, which will positively affect erythropoiesis, respiratory function, certain areas of protein, energy, and hydrocarbon metabolism in young cattle, which will increase their productivity and improve the quality of beef obtained from them. Changes in the biochemical parameters of the blood of animals fed the mineral supplement were revealed. It is established to increase the productivity of animals by feeding them a mineral supplement, which indicates a more rational use of physiological resources of the body of experimental animals. It was found that feeding the animals led to an increase in slaughter yield by 3.8 % compared to control. It was found that during long-term storage (14 days) in the meat of animals of the control group, several changes indicate the beginning of spoilage of meat, and the meat of animals fed with mineral supplements was of good quality, as well as veterinary assessment was the best and more resistant to spoilage during storage. In order to prevent microelementosis of fattening cattle for fattening, increase their productivity, improve the physicochemical and veterinary-sanitary indicators of meat, and the profitability of production, we recommend adjusting their diets, according to previous studies.

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2021-11-27
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Farionik, T. (2021). Quality of cattle meat when feeding the mineral supplement “Stimulus +”. Scientific Messenger of LNU of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies. Series: Veterinary Sciences, 23(103), 116-124. https://doi.org/10.32718/nvlvet10316