THE PROCESS OF IMPACT ON THE REPRODUCTIVE ABILITY OF MALES AND FEMALES IN THE USE OF BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE ADDITIVES.
A practical review of the effectiveness of the use of succinic acid in the economy to improve the productive qualities of males and females and increase the profitability of production of mink production.
An electronic database of indices of realization of reproductive capacity of males and females of mink when using succinic acid as biologically active additives has been formed. The level of influence of biologically active additives on the course of mating season of female mink was evaluated. The qualitative and quantitative indices of mink females' nests and the level of preservation of young animals when using biologically active additives were investigated. The influence of biologically active additives on the sexual activity and fertilizing capacity of male mink has been determined. Based on the study of the effect of the use of biologically active additives as a feed additive in the feeding of minks of the animal husbandry of the Cherkasy regional consumer union, it was found that the proposed schemes for the use of biologically active additives did not have the same effect. The females of the study groups were characterized by a slightly higher sexual activity during the rutting and a smaller percentage of females that did not give birth.
The increase in fertility was observed in females of minks of group D1, which before the mating season was additionally introduced succinic acid at the rate of 10 mg / kg of live weight.
Also, the positive effect of succinic acid, as a biologically active additive, is evidenced by the higher number of litter obtained in the female of the second experimental group D2, which was additionally introduced into the diet of the biologically active additive (succinic acid) at a dose of 50 mg / kg live weight the same rate of females of the control group was 15 percent.
Biologically active additives, which include succinic acid, affect the work of all cells in the body, stimulating their activity.
Based on the results, conclusions were formulated and recommendations were prepared for use in the development of the industry.