INFLUENCE OF THE MICROELEMENT SUPPLEMENT ON THE PIGS POTASSIUM CONSUMPTION
Berezhnyuk N.A., Candidate of Agricultural Sciences, Associate Professor
Vinnytsia National Agrarian University
Minerals that enter the digestive tract of pigs and participate in metabolism are not equally available for assimilation and use. Balancing diets for the content and availability of feed components will increase the efficiency of nutrient use for the needs of the animal body.
Microelements in the animal body often act as catalysts for metabolic processes, what is related to their ratio with other constituents of the diet and the interaction between macro- and micro elements, as well as the animal's need for certain nutrients.
Absorption of potassium in the body and its effect on the exchange of other biogenic elements is an urgent issue that needs to be studied. For this purpose, a balancing experiment was conducted on pigs young, which studied the effect on the absorption of potassium from the microelement supplement in the body of pigs.
Two groups were used in the experiment: control and experimental, in which the test micronutrient supplement was added to the basic diet in the amount of 1.5 g per head per day.
As a result of the study it was found that the microelement supplement in the main diet of pigs reduced the release of potassium with feces by 1.31 g, or by 28.8% compared with the animals of the control group. With urine, potassium was excreted on 0.77 g more than in the control group.
The amount of potassium received by the animals of the experimental group exceeded the that of the control group by 6.31%. Its content in the body was 30.73% higher than control analogues.
The introduction of micronutrient supplementation into the diet of experimental pigs increased the average daily weight gains by 52 g, which was different from the control animals by 13.3%.
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