Usage of biologicaly active substances of vegetative origin for prevention of animal diseases, increasing their productivity and immune system PP041
The appointment of new phytopreparations on the basis of biologically active substances is the prevention of diseases of the digestive system . It's aim also to increase the productivity and immunity of small animals and poultry: newborn calves, sheep, goats, chickens, dogs, etc.
Gist of development
For the first time on the basis of research theoretically and experimentally, the usage of phytopreparations "Phytochol", "Phitopank" and "Gastro - Acid" for the treatment and prevention of gastrointestinal diseases of young animals of productive and small animals and poultry has been substantiated. "Fitohol" in its composition has biologically active compounds of six medicinal plants. They include biologically active substances that, when applied to the mucous membrane or wound, form a pellicle. It protects from further irritation sensitive nerve endings of tissues. This reduces pain, locally narrowed vessels, decreases excretion processes. "Phytopank" - a composition of alcoholic tinctures for the correction of the immune system. In its composition has seven medicinal plants. Gastrocid is a composition of alcoholic tinctures of ten medicinal plants. The main components of the essential oil are lanalol, linalil acetate and others with antimicrobial and anti - allergenic effect, activate the work of the stomach and intestines
Main advantages of development
The advantage of new preparations is their ability to positively affect metabolic processes, natural resistance, preservation, growth and productivity. The criteria for the preventive effectiveness of the usage of new preparations is to reduce the incidence of up to 40 - 50% , increase the average daily increase to 10 - 15% , and preserve young animals by 15 - 20% . Economic efficiency is 3, 68 - 15, 0 UAH per 1 UAH of expenses.
Developed phytopreparations have advantages over synthetic and chemical agents. It may be in demand in livestock for the treatment and prevention of gastrointestinal diseases of animals