BIO Web Conf.
Volume 37, 2021International Scientific-Practical Conference “Agriculture and Food Security: Technology, Innovation, Markets, Human Resources” (FIES 2021)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||27 October 2021|
Advantages of iodopolymer drugs to improve metabolism in cows
1 Kursk Federal Agrarian Scientific Center, 10 Cheryomushki village, Kursk, Russia, +79192107160
2 Kursk State Agricultural Academy named after I. I. Ivanov”, 70 Karl Marks Street, Kursk, Russia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
Nowadays the usage of iodine medications for the correction of biochemical processes in industrial farming becomes more and more popular. The problem is that total iodine deficiency leads to the failure of normal production of thyroid hormones, which control all types of metabolism: protein, fat, carbohydrate, macro- and microelement, energy. In this regard, thyroid gland transgression comes with the development of severe pathologic biochemical processes, the clinical manifestation of pathophysiological conditions. Highly productive dairy cows are most vulnerable to iodine deficiency during lactation. This is connected with the fact that iodine is intensively released with milk. It is no coincidence that this fact is actively used for naturally iodized milk production. This can be achieved by feeding lactating cows with iodized salt separately or as part of feed additives. It is time to take into account that iodine deficiency of cows is most often manifested by joint pathology with the development of arthritis and arthrosis, pregnancy pathology and impaired reproductive function. Besides, cows’ iodine deficiency reduces the productivity, fat content of milk, weight and fatness. We aim to highlight the problem of cows’ iodine deficiency for managers and specialists of livestock farms. That is why we present the results of clinical studies on the injectable use of an iodized energy-metabolic composition based on an iodine polymer complex, known in pharmacology as iodinol and succinic acid. In our studies, it was found that the injectable use of the original iodine metabolic composition of cows during intensive lipolysis and protein overfeed provided an effective correction of the energy-metabolic process.
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