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The comprehensive approach to solving the issue of the animal raising intensification, the integrated part of which is herd breeding, animal yield preservation and its development provision, conditioned the enhancement of the research works aimed at further investigation of young stock diseases, features of their digestion development, search of efficient preventive and treatment measures, feeds and feed additives for simulating animal growth and development. The main objective of this study was the exploration of comparative therapeutic efficiency of the use of in treatment of calves, in acute digestive disturbances in the complex of conventional treatments. The experiment was carried out in the conditions of Danilovsky Complex of Semenovsky Stud Farm CJSC of Medvedev District in Mari El Republic in calves aged 2-4 days with clinical signs of digestive dysfunction. 3 experimental groups of calves were formed observing the principles of analogues. Calves of the first and the second experimental groups, in addition to the treatment regimen adopted at the farm, were given with milk or milk at the rate of 6 grams and 4 grams, respectively per one calf once a day. and biochemical analysis was carried out in all experimental calves at the beginning of the experiment and 5, 10 and 15 days after the treatment start. The experience demonstrated that has a normalizing effect on protein, carbohydrate, mineral metabolisms, and pH balance. The positive effect of this drug on animals is conditioned by the effect of it selectively stimulates the growth of useful intestinal normal flora by inhibiting pathogenic flora of colon.

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calves probiotic preservation efficiency treatment gastrointestinal diseases

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Nikolay V. Melnik, Vladimir I. Eremets, Larisa A. Neminuschaya, Valentina I. Klyukina, Svetlana A. Gryn, Evgenia V. Markova, Irina N. Matveeva, & Sergey Yu. Smolentsev. (2020). Efficiency of probiotics use in treatment of calves. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 11(2), 1674-1678. https://doi.org/10.26452/ijrps.v11i2.2055

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