PHYSIOLOGICAL STATE OF BROILER CHICKENS AND THEIR PRODUCTION EFFICIENCY UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF NATURAL CAROTENOIDS AND PHOSPHATASE ENZYMES

Viktoriia Trishyna, Vіtalіy Gulyaev

Abstract


 The study found that poultry production efficiency increases and product quality improves under the influence of in-house feed mixture with the addition of bioactive substances, namely complete enzyme biocatalyst complex PKB PLUS with paprika extract as a natural carotene-containing component in broiler feed. As a result, we get environmentally friendly products by giving up feed containing antibiotics and growth hormones.

Key words: bioactive substances, enzymes, dressed broiler chickens, carotenoids, conversion, feed.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26886/2414-634X.3(47)2021.5

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