3 Lozovoy D.A., Zakharov V.M., Rakhmanov A.M., Mischenko A.V. Veterinary rules for foot-and-mouth disease control as a tool for FMD freedom maintenance in the country
There are described the main provisions of the “Veterinary rules for preventive, diagnostic, restrictive and other measures as well as quarantine and restrictions imposing and lifting directed for prevention and eradication of FMD outbreak˝ approved by Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation December 6, 2018. This document significantly differ from previous “Instruction for prevention and eradication of FMD in animals˝ (approved by Main Veterinary Department of the Ministry of Agriculture of the USSR, 1985). Key words: foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), measures for disease well-being maintenance, veterinary rules.
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9 Padilo L.P., Gritchin A.V., Romanov N.I., Podshibyakin D.V. Retrospective geo-spatial analysis of ASF epizootics in the Saratov region in 2011 – 2018
This article presents the experience of using the geographic information system (GIS) for retrospective analysis of current epizootic situation on African swine fever (ASF) in populations of boars Sus scrofa and domestic pigs S. scrofa domesticus in Saratov Region during the period from 2011 to 2018. Using of geographic information systems (GIS) made it possible to present the analytical data obtained in a cartographic form and to demonstrate the dynamics of spread of ASF and the clustering of outbreaks in specific areas of the region. The total number of domestic pigs and wild boars that either died during this period or subjected to forced slaughter was 5141 heads. There were 122 ASF outbreaks among domestic pigs and 17 outbreaks recorded among wild boars. A large part (about 93%) of pig’s population covered by ASF was kept in backyards and farms with a small number of susceptible animals. It was found that the outbreaks of ASF, registered during the entire period of epizootic, formed three distinct spatial clusters. The first one was in the western part of the Region, on the territory of Turkovsky, Romanovsky, Balashovsky and Samoylovsky districts. The second one was in the central part of the Region (Voskresensky, Marksovsky, Volsky, Saratovsky and Balakovsky districts). And the third one was in Lysogorsky district of the Region. Key words: geo-information systems, spatio-temporal analysis, epizootic process, African swine fever.
13 Balyshev A.V., Abramov S.V., Abramov V.E., Kashkovskaya L.М. Amoxygard Feed in the treatment of pig for bacterial infection
A comparative assessment of the therapeutic efficacy of Amoxygard Feed and an imported analogue drug in the treatment of piglets with a diagnos of pasterellosis. Amoxygard Feed is having positive effects on the dynamics of recovery animals. Key words: pigs, pasteurellosis, therapy, efficiency, Amoxygard Feed, amoxicillin, clavulanic acid.
16 Petrova Yu.V., Bachinskaya V.M., Lugovaya I.S. The effect of "Prodaktiv Acid Se" on the meat productivity of quail
The use of "Prodactiv Acid Se" contributed to the increase in meat productivity of quail due to the activation of metabolic processes and energy-stimulating properties of the components of the additive. The best dynamics of live weight, carcass quality and slaughter yield when using the studied feed additives were noted. At the same time, no negative effect on the physiological state of the livestock was noted. Key words: quail, meat productivity, slaughter yield, physiological state.
19 Evstifeev V.V., Konnov M.N., Khusainov F.M., Khusainova G.I., Akbashev I.R. Bovine viral diarrhea – mucous membrane disease
There are presented the characteristics of the causative agent of bovine viral diarrhea, the history of its study, epizootological features, pathogenesis and symptoms of the disease caused, pathological changes, diagnostic and prevention methods, measures of combat this infection. Key words: viral diarrehea deseases of the mucous, cattle, virus, youngster, cytopathogenic strain, non-cytopathogenic strain, vaccine, prevention.
26 Mnikova L.A., Sokolova N.A., Gorbatov A.V., Loschinin M.N., Ishkova T.A., Simanova I.N., Makarova V.N., Badeeva O.B. The use of the vaccine against rota-, coronavirus infections and echerishiosis newborn calves in conjunction with the immunomodulator Splenivit
The Splenivit immunomodulator was tested in conjunction with the associated vaccine against rota-, coronaviruses and adhesive antigens K99, Att25, F41 on cows. A double increase in the titers of specific antibodies in the blood serum of cows immunized by the vaccine together with the immunomodulator was found. Key words: rotaviruses, coronaviruses, Escherichia coli, adhesins, diarrhea, vaccine, diarrhoea, calves, immunomodulator, Splenivit.
30 Kuznetsova T.V., Dmitrovskiy A.M., Kulemin M.V. The role of animals in the circulation and spread of West Nile fever virus
In this review authors give the information about the circulation of West Nile Fever virus among mammals, birds, arthropods, as well as about their role in the preservation of the pathogen in the endemic territories. There are prove the necessary of conducting surveillance for the epizootic activity of the pathogen in the natural and anthropogenic biocenoses of Kazakhstan, due to the fact that there are all the prerequisites for the occurrence West Nile Fever in the Republic. Serologic testing of farm animals is one of the main method for identifying foci of this infection. Key words: arboviruses, West Nile fever, farm animals, serological monitoring, flaviviruses, arthropods.
34 Nikanorova A.M. Ovocidal and larvocidal activity of ear tags Flyblock on preimaginal stages of Ixodid ticks
The article presents the results of laboratory testing the domestic insectoacaricide ear tags Flyblock. In experiments there were used ixodid ticks Dermacentor reticulatus и Ixodes ricinus harvested in the Kaluga region. All larva and nymphs died during 24 hours and egg – after 48 hours of exposition to ear tags. Key words: acaricidal activity, ixodid ticks, Kaluga region, ovocidal activity, larvocidal activity, ear tags.
37 Shabunin S.V., Nezhdanov A.G., Mikhalev V.I., Pasko N.V., Adodina M.I., Savchenko L.V., Prokulevich V.A., Potapovich M.I. Recombinant interferon-tau in embryopathy prevention in cows
In the dynamics of early pregnancy in cows, the change in blood concentration of interferon-tau and progesterone was studied. Their pathological significance in the manifestation of delayed development and death of embryos is shown. A biological and clinical assessment of bovine recombinant interferon obtained in the Belarusian State University is given when it is used as a means of increasing the effectiveness of insemination and prevention of embryopathy. The conclusion was made about the expediency of its use in the reproduction of cattle as a means of increasing the fecundity of the breeding stock. The proposed dose and patterns of use of the drug. Key words: cows, interferon-tau, progesterone, embryopathy, prevention.
42 Lazareva E.A., Kozlova A.D., Krasnikova M.S., Borunova S.M., Yatsenyuk S.P. Screening studies of bovine semen by PCR for pathogens detection
The use of technology of artificial insemination of cattle leads to an increase in the potential risks of the spread of infectious diseases. The article presents the study of 444 samples of frozen semen of bulls from domestic and foreign breeding farms for the presence of genome of the 22 infectious agents by PCR. None of the samples revealed DNA (RNA) of microorganisms of the genus Brucella, Leptospira, Chlamydia, Neospora caninum, Bovine coronavirus, Lumpy skin disease virus, Bovine parainfluenza 3 virus, Bluetongue virus, Schmallenberg virus and Bovine leukemia virus. Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Proteus spp., Staphilococcus aureus DNA were detected in semen samples. The analysis showed a high frequency of Mycoplasma spp. DNA (71,2 %), Campylobacter spp. (66,9 %) as well as DNA of Histophilus somni (73,9 %). Some species of Campylobacter and Mycoplasma, as well as Histophilus somni, are considered common inhabitants of the genital tract of bulls. At the same time, some strains of H. somni and some species of Mycoplasma (M. bovigenitalium, M. californicum, U. diversum) can cause various diseases in cattle. Of greatest interest is the detection in the semen DNA of Bovine herpesvirus type 1 (0,9 %) and Bovine herpesvirus type 4 (0,7 %), RNA of Bovine viral diarrhea virus (0,5 %) and also DNA of Coxiella burnetii (7,2 %), Campylobacter fetus (0,7 %) and Mycoplasma bovis (1,6 %). The results indicate the necessity of optimization the control system of breeding material used for artificial insemination to prevent the spread of infectious diseases. It should be noted that pathogens such as Bovine viral diarrhea virus, Coxiella burnetii and Mycoplasma bovis were found only in semen samples from foreign breeding centers. These data point to the need to tighten the requirements for bull semen coming from foreign farms. Key words: artificial insemination, bovine semen, pathogens, PCR.
48 Budnik S. Leveraging breeder hen performance following consumer demand
Supplementing breeder diets with Mintrex chelated trace minerals optimises egg production, hatchability and improved progeny quality when compared to other organic and inorganic mineral sources. Key words: Mintrex chelated trace minerals, productivity, egg production, improved progeny quality, bone and tissue strength, hatchability, Reduce and Replace strategy.
51 Vasilevich F.I., Bachinskaya V.M., Deltsov A.A. Quality and safety meat of quails, received feed additives with protein hydrolisates
To increase the overall resistance of quails, their productivity, as well as the quality of meat due to the normalization of metabolic processes, various feed additives are used. Authors studied the effect of feed additives Abiopeptide and Ferropeptide (A-BIO, Russia), which contain protein hydrolysates manufactured by on the quality, safety and sanitary and veterinary indicators of quail meat. It was found that quail meat, which used these feed additives, safe, non-toxic, had high biological value and corresponded to benign food products by all parameters regulated by regulatory documents (GOST 51944 – 2002; SanPiN 220.127.116.118-01). Key words: safety, protein hydrolysates, veterinary-sanitary expertise, meat, poultry, quail.
54 Reznichenko L.V., Nikolenko E.N., Noskov S.B. Development of Histological Methods for Sour Cream Adulteration Detection
There are various types of adulteration at the sour milk product market currently, what, as is known, results in low nutritional and biological value of the product and may be potentially dangerous to human health. The product often exposed to adulteration is sour cream, which is in strong consumer demand. Kefir, nonfat cottage cheese, vegetable oil, soy protein, stabilizers, flavouring agents are added to sour cream. But it is particularly difficult to identify carrageenan, guar gum and modified starch in this product. The aim of our work is the development of histological methods for determination of carrageenan, guar gum and modified starch in sour cream. As a result of conducted studies, for the first time a histological method was developed, which can detect inadmissible admixtures, such as carrageenan, guar gum and modified starch, in sour cream to a high precision. The developed method will give the opportunity to detect food adulteration and unscrupulous producers of sour cream and other sour milk products. Key words: sour cream, kefir, cottage cheese, adulteration, carrageenan, modified starch, guar gum, histological tests.
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