Release:2016, Vol. 2. №4
About the authors:Anna I. Volodina, Deputy of the General Director, Pyshminskaya Poultry Farm; firstname.lastname@example.org
The article reports the results of research on use of probiotics in the diets of chickens. The research was conducted at CJSC “Poultry Pyshminskaya” on Lohmann White chickens. The composition rearing feed rate incorporated probiotic “Basulifor-C” (200 g per 1 ton) that contains 2*109 CFU B. Licheniformis and B. subtilis and in 1 g (ratio 1:1). Probiotic “Basulifor-C” was included in the fodder replacement chickens of different ages. Duration and start of using probiotic “Basulifor-C” on chickens of different ages was also different. It was established that chickens treated with probiotic in the first 35 days of rearing at the age of 84 days exceeded the standard rate of 6.5% (in 66 g). These chickens had the best indicators of growing from 5-7 days of age. The usage of a probiotic from 1 day of life provided the best indicator of preservation. For growing replacement chickens has a better uniformity.