GLOBIGEN JUMP START APPLICATION WITHIN THE PRE-STARTER FEED TO THE POST-WAENING PIGLETS

  • T. Y. Prudius Institute of Feed Research and Agriculture of Podillya NAAS of Ukraine, pr. Yunosti 16, Vinnitsia, 21100, Ukraine
  • A. V. Hutsol Institute of Feed Research and Agriculture of Podillya NAAS of Ukraine, pr. Yunosti 16, Vinnitsia, 21100, Ukraine
  • N. V. Hutsol Institute of Feed Research and Agriculture of Podillya NAAS of Ukraine, pr. Yunosti 16, Vinnitsia, 21100, Ukraine
  • O. O. Mysenko Institute of Feed Research and Agriculture of Podillya NAAS of Ukraine, pr. Yunosti 16, Vinnitsia, 21100, Ukraine
Keywords: WEANNING, PIGLETS, GLOBIGEN JUMP START, COMPOUND FEED, PRODUCTIVITY.

Abstract

Balanced addition of essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals, easily digestible proteins, namely proteins of animal origin is an important factor for efficient feeding and pigs performance, that leads to a systematic search for new solutions when using feed additives. They provide digestibility, better absorbtion of protein, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. Such supplements include blood plasma, meat and bone meal, fish meal and others.

Besides fishmeal, other protein groups are dangerous in relation to African swine fever. Furthermore blood plasma additionally to the protein group contains immunoglobulins that can passively affect the immune system of piglets, An alternative to blood plasma is the animal nutrition supplement Globigen Jump Start, which is made from chicken eggs, containing essential and replaceable amino acids with a high percentage of absorption. Another important factor is the presence of specific IgY immuno-globulins, which being ingested have a negative effect on the pathogenic intestinal microflora, namely viruses, bacteria and cryptosporidium. Knowledge of the feed additive Globigen Jump Start effect gave impetus to the study of its effect on the piglets’ performance during the stressful period after weaning.

The objective of the work was evaluation of the effect of the Globigen Jump Start fed within the pre-starter feed on the productive characteristics of post-weaning piglets. Based on the obtained research results, the best ones were shown in the experimental group, which was fed compound feed containing Globigen Jump Start in the amount of 2 kg / t of compound feed. It was found that at the end of the experiment, the weight of piglets in the control group was 19.2 kg, and in the experimental group - 21.0 kg, which is 1.8 kg or 9.4% more comparing to the control.

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Published
2021-03-29
How to Cite
Prudius, T. Y., Hutsol, A. V., Hutsol, N. V., & Mysenko, O. O. (2021). GLOBIGEN JUMP START APPLICATION WITHIN THE PRE-STARTER FEED TO THE POST-WAENING PIGLETS. Scientific and Technical Bulletin оf State Scientific Research Control Institute of Veterinary Medical Products and Fodder Additives аnd Institute of Animal Biology, 22(1), 184-190. https://doi.org/10.36359/scivp.2021-22-1.22