Production research of experimental disinfectant “Sukhodes”
Disinfection is a set of measures to neutralize pathogens of infectious diseases in the premises and the environment. The welfare of livestock, like any other link in agricultural production, the welfare of animals cannot be adequately ensured without disinfectants. The paper considers the effectiveness of the new powdered disinfectant “Sukhodez” when used in industrial conditions in the presence of animals. Production tests of the complex disinfectant “Sukhodez” were conducted based on the farm FG “Turkey”, p. Boromlya, Sumy region. Cobb-500 broiler chickens were used in the experiment. The work aimed to investigate the new powdered disinfectant “Sukhodez”, namely its effectiveness in production compared to traditional disinfectants. The study was conducted in two stages. In the first stage, the level of bacterial contamination when using the disinfectant was determined. In the second stage, the disinfectant “Sukhodes” effect was selected by the biochemical and morphological parameters of chicken blood in which this product was used. Thus, at the first stage of research, the level of bacterial contamination in poultry houses before the disinfectant solidified was 630.0 thousand microns. bodies/m3 subsequently decreased to 143.3 thousand microns. bodies/m3, while the traditional disinfectant reduced the level of bacterial contamination by 3.39 times. In the second stage of research, the effect of Sukhodes disinfectant on morphological and biochemical parameters of blood was determined. During the study, it was found that the blood parameters of chickens when using the tool “Sukhodes” at a concentration of 50 g/m2 were within physiological limits. Based on this, we can say about the effectiveness and feasibility of experimentally using the tool “Sukhodes” in production conditions in the presence of poultry because the experimental morphology of blood after the application was within physiological norms, which proves its safety.
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