Blood biochemical parameters of female cattle in the use of biological active agents

V. Sheremeta,1 M. Gruntkovsky1, V. Kaplunenko2

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1National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine,

Heroyiv Oborony str., 15, Kyiv, 03041, Ukraine

2Ukrainian State Research Institute "Resource", Bozhenka str., 84, Kyiv, 03150, Ukraine

Establish the influence of biologically active drugs on blood biochemical parameters of female cattle by introducing them to the stage of excitement neurotropic drugs and metabolic actions. Heifers were selected Ukrainian black and white dairy cattle with a live weight of 300–320 kg and aged 16–17.5 months undertaken under identical conditions of feeding and maintenance. From a representative sample of heifers was formed three groups and two control research. Heifers in the experimental group were taken after they synchronize sexual inclination drug Estrofan analogue of prostaglandin F2α. The animals of the first group (control), which came into sexual hunt after the first insemination at 12 and 24 hours were injected under the skin of the shoulder blade two injections of saline 20 ml. Heifers first and second experimental groups were taken drugs Stymulin-Vet and Nanovulin-cattle, respectively, for the same scheme. Established that neurotropic and metabolic drugs have different effects on metabolic processes in the body heifers. A similar effect of drugs appears to stimulate anabolic processes of protein metabolism. Stymulin-Vet in the body of heifers less causes changes in glucose metabolism than Nanovulin-cattle. Also calculated that the level of fertility in heifers in the control and the first experimental group will be low, so that the level of engraftment is 21.0 % and 24.5 % while, in the second experimental group the figure is 56.7 %, which gives possibility suggests a fairly high percentage calf animals in this group.

Keywords: ovulation, cows, cattle NANOVULIN, STYMULIN-VET, reproduction, glucose, urea, copper, cholesterol, fertility

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