Author : GROMOV,
Al-Qadisiyah Journal For Agriculture Sciences,
2015, Volume 5, Issue 1, Pages 1-11
The aim of this study is to evaluate the possible protective effect of (toxicom) 5gkg of ration against the toxic effects of mixed mycotoxins in growing broiler chickens .Total of 75 chicks ,one week old, are divided into 5 treated groups, 15 birds for each. The first group (G1) fed a contaminated ration with mycotoxin and supplemented with toxicom 5g/kg of ration and vaccinated with Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD) vaccine at 15 and 22 days of age. The second group (G2) is fed a ration contaminated with mycotoxin and vaccinated with IBD vaccine at 15 and 22 days of age and not supplemented with toxicom. The third group (G3)is fed a commercial broiler ration and vaccinated with IBD vaccine at 15 and 22 days of age . The fourth group (G4 ) is only fed a contaminated ration with mycotoxins. The fifth group (G5) is fed a commercial broiler ration as a control group. The mycotoxins in diet is analyzed by ELISA and the level is as follows : Aflatoxin B1 0.001 mg/kg ,Dezoxivalenol 1.24 mg/kg ,Zearalenon 0.068 mg/kg ,Ochratoxin 0.005 mg/kg ,T2 toxin 0.09 mg/kg ,Fuminisen B1 0.2 mg/kg. Results showed that toxicom significantly (P<0.05) protect chicken body weight, severity of clinical signs, morbidity and mortality rate. It is concluded which produced in Vitebsk State Academy of Veterinary Medicine is protect chicken that this preparation is protect chicken bioavailability parameters in comparison with the other groups and is recommended to use it as antitoxic material Republic of Belarus.