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The use of the drug "ANTISEPTIC STIMULANT D-2 FRACTION 15% SOLUTION" to increase the profitability of production when growing broilers

20 December 2021
A.L. Kiselyov, Dr. biol. Sciences, Professor of the Department of Animal Hygiene and Poultry Breeding named after A.K. Danilova, MGAVMiB;

M.V. Korenyuga, Assistant of the Department of Animal Hygiene and Poultry Breeding named after A.K. Danilova, MGAVMiB;

V.V. Sabrekova, Assistant of the Department of Zoo Hygiene and Poultry Breeding named after A.K. Danilova, MGAVMiB;

S.V. Smolov, gl.v.vr. FSBI "SGTS Smena"

Keywords: "ANTISEPTIC STIMULANT D-2 FRACTION 15% SOLUTION", broilers, weight gain, safety.

The acceleration of scientific and technological progress and the introduction of its achievements in production (in particular in agriculture) are envisaged as a priority task for the development of the country's economy at the present stage.

The main directions of the economic and social development of the country emphasize the need for a widespread transition to intensive methods of animal husbandry and a significant increase in the productivity of all types of livestock and poultry.

Poultry farming is one of the most efficient branches of animal husbandry, producing eggs and meat, as well as related products - feather, down and others. The main task of poultry farming is to increase the production of dietary and high-calorie products - eggs and meat to a level that ensures their consumption in accordance with scientifically sound human nutrition standards.

However, violation of the norms of keeping and feeding agricultural poultry, as well as other stressful effects significantly reduce the viability and productivity of both the parent herd and the young [1].

Thus, the issues of increasing the natural resistance of poultry through the directed action of exogenous biologically active substances (BAS) on the chain of biological oxidation reactions (the most "suffering" under stress), as well as other metabolic processes have become particularly relevant [2].

In this regard, an important task of modern poultry farming is the use of drugs involved in these processes and contributing to their optimization in the body.

The purpose of our work was to study the possibilities of using a new form of the drug "ANTISEPTIC STIMULANT D-2 FRACTION 15% SOLUTION" to correct the viability and development of broilers on fattening.

To achieve this goal , we have set the following task:

To establish the possibility of using the drug "ANTISEPTIC STIMULANT D-2 FRACTION 15% SOLUTION" to increase the productive qualities of broiler chickens on fattening.

The experiment on the use of the drug "ANTISEPTIC STIMULATOR D-2 FRACTION 15% SOLUTION" was carried out in the conditions of the FSBI PPZ "Smena" of the Sergiev Posad district of the Moscow region on broiler chickens of the cross "Smena-8".

To conduct the experiment from day-old chickens, according to the principle of analogues, experimental and control groups of 160 heads each were formed. The weight of day-old chickens in all groups ranged from 35 to 38 grams. In the hatchery, chickens of the experimental group were treated from aerosol cans of this drug in a concentration of 15% solution. The choice of such a solution concentration is due to the successful use of the drug in this form in previous experiments.

The treatment of day-old chickens was carried out directly in the boxes where they were selected after hatching, from aerosol cans, from a distance of 15-20 cm, evenly, with an exposure of 5-7 seconds for each box.

In the future, the whole bird was raised in three-tier cell batteries on one (middle) tier. Feeding, watering and preventive measures were the same for all groups. 40 heads of chickens from each group were weighed weekly. Accounting for the safety of livestock was carried out at the end of the experiment, before the slaughter of poultry.

Table 1 Dynamics of live weight of broilers


Weighing dates

Experience to control








Average weight by group







15% experience








From the data in Table 1, it can be seen that the live weight gain in chickens of the experimental group was higher than in the control group during the entire growing period. By the time of slaughter, the average live weight of the experimental group of birds exceeded the control by 2.1%.

Table 2 Safety of broilers

Group Only one goal was planted. Only one goal fell. % of case Safety %
Control 160 13,5 8,40 91,60
15% experience 160 8 5,00 95,00

As can be seen from the data presented in Table 2, the drug had a positive effect on the safety of poultry. Moreover, in the group treated with a 15% solution of the drug, the safety of poultry was 95%, in contrast to the control group - 91.6%, which is 3.4% higher.

Based on the indicators obtained as a result of the experiment, we recommend the use of the treatment of day-old chickens with the preparation "ANTISEPTIC-STIMULATOR D-2 FRACTION 15% SOLUTION" from aerosol cans during the treatment exposure of 5-7 seconds for each box of chickens, in order to increase their average daily weight gain, and, accordingly, the average live weight at slaughter by 2.1%, as well as an increase in safety by an average of 3.4%. The cost of processing one head at the time of the experiment was 15 kopecks.

When recalculated for 1000 heads of chickens treated with the above method, at the daily age, with the drug "ANTISEPTIC STIMULANT D-2 FRACTION 15% SOLUTION", additional income, compared with the control, will be, taking into account the cost of the spent drug, 5713.7 rubles.

Thus, the treatment of 1 million heads of broiler chickens at a daily age with the drug "ANTISEPTIC STIMULANT D-2 FRACTION 15% SOLUTION", from aerosol cans, will give an additional income of 5,713,700 rubles. It is not difficult to count on your livestock!

It is important to note that when processing from aerosol cans, the drug gets directly on chickens, which increases its effectiveness, and the unpleasant smell is much less than when processing with aerosol generators.


1. Bessarabov B. F. Chapter V in the textbook "Breeding with the basics of private zootechnics". Publishing house "Lan", St. Petersburg, 2006, 237c.

2. Bryushinin, N. V. Efficiency of complex processing of hatching eggs of meat chickens with succinate and glycine solutions// N.V. Bryushinin/ Mat. International Scientific- practical conf. Dubrovitsy, 2003. –pp.297-300.
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