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Technological properties and biological value of milk of cows when using ‘Gumifit’ and ‘Maks super gumat’ food additives in their diet

  • Alexey V. Frolov et al. ,
  • Valentina P. Korosteleva ,
  • Galina S. Stepanova ,
  • Aigul Z. Karimova ,
  • Alinya R. Nurgalieva ,
  • Elena L. Matveeva ,

Abstract

Abstract. As a result of intensive farming, the soil is constantly exhausted. The lack of the useful material in the soil leads to its deficiency in plants and then in the feed. Consuming such food, livestock does not get all the necessary nutrients, because of which their level of productivity and production quality decreases. As a result, farms receive less profit, and consumers do not receive adequate nutrition. Constantly growing population's need for food is adding to the problem. One of the ways to eliminate the deficiencies in animals’ organs is the use of food additives. At the present time, many of such preparations are developed and effectively used. As a rule, they contain macro- and micronutrients, sometimes vitamins, amino acids. There are also mono-mineral preparations. We studied food additives Gumifit and Maks Super Gumat and found out that like other humic substances they have a broader chemical composition. A special feature of the additive Gumifit is that its structure can be adapted to the conditions of the intended place of application –– the Republic of Tatarstan, for which the preparation is enriched with iodine, copper, and cobalt, the deficit is observed in the soils of the region. The previous studies have discovered an increase of fertility of agricultural animals, including cows’ milk yield upon the use of these preparations. But to obtain a complete picture of the impact of new additives on animals’ organs we need to study the quality of products derived from them. Further studies were conducted to evaluate the effect of feed additives Gumifit and Maks Super Gumat on technological properties and biological value of cows’ milk.

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Frolov et al., A. V., Korosteleva, V. P., Stepanova, G. S., Karimova, A. Z., Nurgalieva, A. R., & Matveeva, E. L. (2017). Technological properties and biological value of milk of cows when using ‘Gumifit’ and ‘Maks super gumat’ food additives in their diet. Bali Medical Journal, 6(2), 337–340. https://doi.org/10.15562/bmj.v6i2.513

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