Application of TAbic® IB VAR vaccine jointly with other vaccines promotes creation of reliable protection against infectious bronchitis in chickens.
Keywords: poultry production, infectious bronchitis in chickens, respiratory path, reproduction organs, kidneys, egg laying capacity, culling, virus, hens, chickens, young animals, population, incubatory egg, layer, dung, trachea, bronchial tubes, exudate, ovaries, ovarian follicles; respiratory, reproductive and nephrosonephritis syndrome; hatchability, livability, urata, TAbic® IB VAR, TAbic® VH, TAbic® MV, vaccine, vaccination, feed conversion, parental herd, cross, Phibro Animal Health, CJSC Petelino Poultry Farm, recombinant virus, Newcastle disease, Marek's disease, strain, serotype.
Controlled air temperature increase by 4°C for at the fourth day of broiler growing had not negative impact on the poultry, but rather promoted earlier formation of temperature homeostasis and increase in live weight.
Keywords: poultry production, thermal regulation, body temperature, air temperature, air humidity, chickens, chicks, broilers, population, heat generation and heat release, homeostasis, thermometry, poultry, homeothermy, homeothermal animal, pre-start period, Ross-308 cross, thermal box, feed, controlled hyperthermia, live weight.
Microclimate created in poultry premises as well as poultry feeding are the major factors to influence zootechnical and productional performance of a farm. Support of optimum parameters - temperature and air humidity - guarantees efficiency of industrial poultry production.
Keywords: poultry production, poultry, one-day chicks, young animals, broilers, feeding, microclimate, temperature and relative air humidity, thermal control, live weight, weight gain, productivity, negative pressure ventilation, population, sealing, thermal insulation, partial vacuum, suction valves, chimneys and blinds.
General annual meeting of the full members and associated members of the Russian Poultry Union took place in Moscow at the beginning of the year.
Keywords: poultry production, poultry, poultry meat, broilers, eggs, feed additives, veterinary products, biosafety, veterinary control, epizootic situation, breeding material, selection and genetic center, first order nucleus, epizooty, avian flu, Russian Poultry Union.
Autogenic vaccines stimulate poultry immune system for development of antibodies preventing or reducing risk of development of pathologies caused by microorganisms with a wide specific range, in particular Riemerella Anatis that affects ducks.
Keywords: poultry production, poultry, ducks, animals, diagnosis, vaccine, die-off, bacteria, microorganisms, immunity, E. Coli, Pasteurella, Gallibacter, Riemerella, Staphylococcus, Riemerella Anatis, epizootologic situation, molecular and biological methods, polymerase chain reaction, nucleotide sequence, genes, virulence, antimicrobials, strain, adjuvant, serum conversion, vaccination, immunization, inoculation, ELISA, immunogenicity, antibodies, antigens, cross protection, serotype, antibody titres, productivity, biosecurity, thermo inactivated or inactivated suspension, prevention, isolate.
Addition of common yarrow meal of multicomponent feed additives made of local vegetable resources is an effective form of enriching diets with nutritious and biologically active substances.
Keywords: poultry production, productivity, laying hens, poultry, diet, feed, feeding, biologically active substances, feed additives, nutrients, resistance, stress resistance, eggs, brown seaweed (laminaria), stinging nettle, needles of trailing Siberian pine, common tansy, glycoalkaloid achillein, alcohols, pitches, amarines, phytoncides, tannins; formic, acetic and isovalerianic acid, flavonoids (derivatives of apigenin, luteolin, quercetine, kaempferol, izorhamnetin), essential oil, chamazulene, camphor, cineol, menthol, eugenol, vitamins, carotene, macro- and microelements, aluminum, magnesium, chrome, iron, copper, manganese, potassium, alkaloids, achillein, betonicine, stachydrine, methylbetaine, sesquiterpene lactones, nitrogen, crude protein, cellulose, egg laying, egg weight, yolk, feed conversion.
At Novo-Baryshevskaya integrated poultry farm in Novosibirsk region, they grow broilers without using feed antibiotics.
Keywords: poultry production, broiler, second order nucleus, poultry, population, parental herd, genetic material, feed antibiotics, phytobiotics, probiotics, organic acids, diet, vaccine, immunization, eggs, meat, carcass, one-day chick.
To receive high-quality meat of broilers without using antibacterial products, it is necessary to comply with carefully devised strategy of feeding and housing of the population.
Keywords: poultry production, antibiotics, eubiotics, poultry, broiler, population, housing conditions, microclimate, intestinal infections, feed, feeding, microorganisms, assimilability, nutrients, diet, endogenous enzymes, xylanase, phytase, intestinal microflora, bacteria, essential oils, biological safety, stress, productivity, population, herd, vaccination, immunization, egg, embryo, chicks, digestive tract, feed additives.
Specialists of the company Lohmann Tierzucht conducted research to study parameters of an «ideal» egg and found that solids in the white makes about 12%, and in yolk nearly 50%.
Keywords: poultry production, egg, layer, ovulation, ovary, yolk, egg white, shell, embryo, chick, fetus, shell strength, solid, poultry breeding, sea sand method, refractometry, phenotypical correlation, «LSL» and «LB» crosses, company Lohmann Tierzucht.
The period of replacement growing of broiler parental herd is conditionally divided into four phases: 0–8, 8–12, 12–16, and 16–20 weeks. Use of special feeding programs during this period allows receiving pullets with specified live weight, high productivity, as well as achieving uniformity of herd.
Keywords: poultry production, hens, chickens, feeding, feed, live weight, uniformity of herd, chick, productivity, brooder period, brooder, drinking bowls, stress, protein, craw, microclimate, replacement young animals, muscularity, chest muscle, egg laying capacity, light stimulation, live weight gain, fat reserves, puberty.
Use of feed chalk in layer diet had no adverse effect on quality characteristics of egg shell that allows a conclusion on equivalence of using feed chalk as basic source of calcium along with other mineral feeds.
Keywords: poultry production, calcium, phosphorus, mineral nutrients, diet, feed, feeding, full-diet mixed feed, eggs, layer, egg shell, feed chalk, flowing property, slumping, dustiness, shell thickness and marbleness shells, calcium-containing components, cockleshell, limestone, defecate, chicken hens, population, egg weight, protein, yolk, shell-free egg, egg candling, nacre, arsenic-containing connections, sub-shell coating.
Review of the poultry crosses used in many countries.
Keywords: poultry production, chick, broiler, pullet, cockerel, poultry meat, genetic material, grandparental and parental herd, specialised crosses, live weight, daily average gains, feed conversion, Cornish, White Rock, Dorking, Faverolle and Flesh, hybrids, reproductive abilities, Label Rouge growing system, outdoor keeping, transgenic technologies, plumage.
Poultry of numerous breeds and populations, kept in the collection of the All-Russia Research Institute of Genetics and Livestock Breeding (VNIIGRZh), are carriers of autosexing genes, bright colouring of plumage, skin and egg-shell pigmentation, decorative and productive qualities. For this reason, hens and cocks are used for creation of Russian coloured crosses that are demanded in farmer (peasant) and personal part-time farms.
Keywords: poultry production, food security, meat-egg and egg-meat crosses, breeding material, selection, autosexing population, gene fund, genetic variety, hens, productivity.
Sea-buckthorn berries and bioginseng oilseed meals used in chicken diets as feed additive either separately or combined, allow correcting hematological indicators of layer blood, and also stimulate resistance of their bodies and promote improvement of immunological indicators.
Keywords: poultry production, poultry, adaptogens, sea-buckthorn berries oilseed meal, bioginseng oilseed meal, haemoglobin, erythrocytes, erythropoiesis, live weight, resistance, feed, diet, chickens, layers, stress factor, reserve alkalinity of blood, feed additive.
Partial replacement (50%) of mixed feed with grass component in diets of young geese allows reducing consumption of feed crops and oilseed meals and reducing the use of feed supplements.
Keywords: nutrient and biological value of diets, feed production, resource-saving technologies and biotechnologies, full-diet mixed feed, grass component, young geese at fattening, Lind gosling, growing period, sunflower and soya oilseed meals, protein-vitamin-mineral concentrate, monocalcium phosphate, starting period, growth period, finishing period, concentration of metabolic energy, total gain, daily average gain, live weight, visceral fat, muscular tissue, chemical composition of muscles.