CHANGES IN THE INDICATORS OF BLOOD IN COWS DURING THE LAST MONTH OF PREGNANCY WHEN A PHYTOBIOTIC PREPARATION IS USEDAlexander Sergeyevich Zenkin, Dawood Salman Habeeb, Fedor Petrovich Pilgaev, Vasily Pavlovich Korotky and Viktor Anatolievich Ryzhov
This article is focused on assessing the impact on blood indicators of various dosages (200, 100 and 50 ml per animal per day) of the original phytobiotic preparation used for cows during the last month of pregnancy. The preparation had been introduced into the diet 1 month before the expected birth, and fed to the animals for 10 days. In the experiments, cows of the Niva cattle breeding farm in the October district of the Republic of Mordovia were used. Thrombocytopaenia and decreased hemoglobin content in blood were observed in the animals before using the preparation. After using the original coniferous energy additive (CEA), a marked increase in the level of hemoglobin, stimulation of red blood cells and expressed stimulation of thrombocyte formation were observed. The use of CEA stabilizes the level of leukocytes, lymphocytes and granulocytes at the limits of the physiological norm. Dependence of changes in blood parameters on the dosage of the preparation has not been established.
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