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Influence Of Multicomponent Bacterial Symbiotic Substance On productive Indices Of Pigs And Metabolism

S. O. Bibikov, S. O. Shapovalov, E. V. Kornilova, S. B. Vorozheykin, A. P. Sanzheev, A. V. Sevko

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Bacteria and bifidogenic drugs became more popular for animal’s treatment. The results of studying bacterial polycomponent symbiotic substance (PCBSS) effect on productive indicators of pigs with intensive cultivation technology was presented. Zootechnical, clinical, hematological, morphological, physico-chemical, research methods were used in experimental part. The effect of three and four course treatment with polycomponent bacterial symbiotic substance (PCBSS) was established. The lyophilized cells of lacto- and bifidobacteria Bifidobacterium bifidum and Lactobacillus bulgaricus was included in this drug. Due to this treatment the reduction of endogenous intoxication by metabolites of various genesis and normalization of the activity of marker transaminases, protein metabolism, activation of energy processes, increase digestibility of feed and increase animals mass were observed. To the moment of animals butchering the average mass of animals after 3 and 4 courses PKBSS exceeded the weight of animals in the control group by 7 kg (5.2%) and 10.7 (7.9%), respectively. The digestibility of dry matter feed by 3% was increased by PCBSS addition to the animals diet. The safety of pigs in the experimental groups was higher compared with the control by 3.4-17.5%. Due to the digestion of crude protein the digestion of organic matter was increased in experimental pigs groups. By leukocyte analysis in blood it was shown that use of PCBSS had a stimulating effect on the formation of white blood cells. At the end of the experiment it was found that for animals of the experimental groups the level of total blood protein was higher than in the control group by 0.66% and by 3.77%. Decreasing in the activity of marker transaminases: alanine aminotransferase (ALT), aspartate aminotransferase (AST), alkaline phosphatase, lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) was observed in experimental groups. The intestinal microbiota with its exogenous correction by PCBSS regulates the physiological processes of the animal, and this was confirmed by an increasing of animals body weight and changes in the biochemical reactions, by decreasing in mortality and by increasing in feed digestibility.