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Yıl 2019, Cilt 3, Sayı 1, 17 - 20, 30.04.2019
https://doi.org/10.30704/http-www-jivs-net.518064

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  • Dankevych, N. I. (2018a). Sanitary evaluation of waste from the processing of sea hydrobinotes used for the production of fees. Scientific reports of NULES of Ukraine,4(74). (2018.04.018). Retrieved from htpp: // dx.doi.org/10.31548/dopovidi 2018.04.018. [in Ukrainian].
  • Dankevych, N. (2018b). Non-waste hydrobionts management. Journal of Istanbul veterinary Sciences, 2(2), 61-65.
  • Dankevych, N. I. (2018c). The technology for producing marine hydrobiont feed additives for the poultry, their fodder value and sanitary evaluation. Veterinary biotechnology, 33(2),16-24 (in Ukrainian).
  • Dankevych, N. I. (2018d). The impact of sea hydrobionts additives on boiler ducks. Bulletin of Poltava state agrarian Academy, 3(90). [in Ukrainian]. Dankevych, N. I. & E. Y. Rozum (2018). The impact of hydrobionts additives on ducks. Agrarian Bulletin of the Black Sea Region. Agricultural and biological sciences,91. 75. [in Ukrainian].
  • Kovbasenko, V. M., & Danylov, A. A. (1981). Guidelines for processing mussels into feed additives. Guidelines. Odessa: OAI [in Ukrainian].
  • Kovbasenko, V. M., & Dronova, N.I. (2008). Method of producing feed supplement for poultry from marine hydrobionts. Patent of Ukraine for useful model. А23К 1/175. Nº 34634; declared 19.06.2008; published 11.08.2008, Nº 15. [in Ukrainian]. Kovbasenko, V. M., & Karaivan, N.I. (2009). Method of producing feed supplement for poultry from marine hydrobionts. Patent of Ukraine for useful model. А23К 1/10, А23К 1/175. Nº 42687; declared 09.04.2009; published 10.07.2009, Nº 13. [in Ukrainian].
  • Kovbasenko, V. M., & Karaivan, N. I. (2009). Method of producing feed supplement for poultry from marine hydrobionts. Patent of Ukraine for useful model. А23К 1/10, А23К 1/175. Nº 42687; declared 09.04.2009; published 10.07.2009, Nº 13. [in Ukrainian].
  • SDV. (2003). Mandatory minimum list of research materials, products of animal and vegetable origin, animal feed raw materials, feed, medicines and fortified al., Which should be in public veterinary laboratories. Order of the State Department of Veterinary Medicine №87 from 18.11.2003. www.document.ua.Retrievedfrom:http://document.ua/obovjakovii-minimalnii-perelik-doslidzhensirovini-produkciy-nor8259.html[in Ukrainian].
  • SVMM Gudlines (2002). Method of application of culture of Colpoda steinii (kolpoda) dry for toxicological researches of meat and meat products from animals and poultry. Guidelines from 11.03.2002. State Department of Veterinary Medicine Ministry of Ukraine Policy. [in Ukrainian].

Examination of the carcass in terms of quality and sanitation in broiler chickens fed with marine hydrobionts

Yıl 2019, Cilt 3, Sayı 1, 17 - 20, 30.04.2019
https://doi.org/10.30704/http-www-jivs-net.518064

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The objective of this study was to examine the quality and sanitary characteristics after post slaughter period of the carcasses of chickens which fed with marine hydrobiont. A total of 240, 12 day-old broiler chickens from Ross 308 breed were used in the study. The chickens were divided into three groups as two experimental groups and a control group. The chickens in the control group were fed with basal diet (BD) during the experiment. In the first experimental group, 7% of the basal diet was replaced with mineral additive (MA) while in the 2nd group 7% percent protein mineral additive was added to the feed of chickens. The chicks were fed with these feeds from 21 to 42 days of age. During the study the broilers were constantly observed considering the disposal of feed consumption and their general conditions. The chickens were slaughtered at the end of the study and following slaughtering process morphologic and sanitary assessment of carcasses was carried out. In addition, external appearance, visceral organs and carcass samples of slaughtered chickens were checked during the veterinary inspection. The microbiological investigation were performed by using Colpoda steinii infusorium. There was no abnormal changes in organs or appearance of tissues among control and experimental groups according to the post slaughter veterinary inspection. In addition, visually examination revealed that carcasses were identical for the control group and the experimental groups. There was no difference between the control and experimental group according to microbial contamination results. As a conclusion, it is evaluated that the meat of broiler chicken in the experimental groups are safe for consuming. Therefore, it was concluded that the prepared hydrobionts could be used safely in the poultry feeding.

Kaynakça

  • Dankevych, N. I. (2018a). Sanitary evaluation of waste from the processing of sea hydrobinotes used for the production of fees. Scientific reports of NULES of Ukraine,4(74). (2018.04.018). Retrieved from htpp: // dx.doi.org/10.31548/dopovidi 2018.04.018. [in Ukrainian].
  • Dankevych, N. (2018b). Non-waste hydrobionts management. Journal of Istanbul veterinary Sciences, 2(2), 61-65.
  • Dankevych, N. I. (2018c). The technology for producing marine hydrobiont feed additives for the poultry, their fodder value and sanitary evaluation. Veterinary biotechnology, 33(2),16-24 (in Ukrainian).
  • Dankevych, N. I. (2018d). The impact of sea hydrobionts additives on boiler ducks. Bulletin of Poltava state agrarian Academy, 3(90). [in Ukrainian]. Dankevych, N. I. & E. Y. Rozum (2018). The impact of hydrobionts additives on ducks. Agrarian Bulletin of the Black Sea Region. Agricultural and biological sciences,91. 75. [in Ukrainian].
  • Kovbasenko, V. M., & Danylov, A. A. (1981). Guidelines for processing mussels into feed additives. Guidelines. Odessa: OAI [in Ukrainian].
  • Kovbasenko, V. M., & Dronova, N.I. (2008). Method of producing feed supplement for poultry from marine hydrobionts. Patent of Ukraine for useful model. А23К 1/175. Nº 34634; declared 19.06.2008; published 11.08.2008, Nº 15. [in Ukrainian]. Kovbasenko, V. M., & Karaivan, N.I. (2009). Method of producing feed supplement for poultry from marine hydrobionts. Patent of Ukraine for useful model. А23К 1/10, А23К 1/175. Nº 42687; declared 09.04.2009; published 10.07.2009, Nº 13. [in Ukrainian].
  • Kovbasenko, V. M., & Karaivan, N. I. (2009). Method of producing feed supplement for poultry from marine hydrobionts. Patent of Ukraine for useful model. А23К 1/10, А23К 1/175. Nº 42687; declared 09.04.2009; published 10.07.2009, Nº 13. [in Ukrainian].
  • SDV. (2003). Mandatory minimum list of research materials, products of animal and vegetable origin, animal feed raw materials, feed, medicines and fortified al., Which should be in public veterinary laboratories. Order of the State Department of Veterinary Medicine №87 from 18.11.2003. www.document.ua.Retrievedfrom:http://document.ua/obovjakovii-minimalnii-perelik-doslidzhensirovini-produkciy-nor8259.html[in Ukrainian].
  • SVMM Gudlines (2002). Method of application of culture of Colpoda steinii (kolpoda) dry for toxicological researches of meat and meat products from animals and poultry. Guidelines from 11.03.2002. State Department of Veterinary Medicine Ministry of Ukraine Policy. [in Ukrainian].

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Veteriner Hekimlik
Bölüm Araştırma Makaleleri
Yazarlar

Nina DANKEVYCH> (Sorumlu Yazar)
ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY
0000-0001-8927-5219
Türkiye

Yayımlanma Tarihi 30 Nisan 2019
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2019, Cilt 3, Sayı 1

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APA Dankevych, N. (2019). Examination of the carcass in terms of quality and sanitation in broiler chickens fed with marine hydrobionts . Journal of Istanbul Veterinary Sciences , 3 (1) , 17-20 . DOI: 10.30704/http-www-jivs-net.518064

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