Nutritional and biological value of pork obtained from animals fed with lysine and methionine

Authors

  • Ivan Gorlov Volga Region Research Institute of Manufacture and Processing of Meat-and-Milk Production, scientific adviser and Head of the Department of Food Production Technology Volgograd State Technical University, Volgograd, Russia, Tel.: +7(8442)39-10-48 https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8683-8159
  • Marina Slozhenkina Volga region Research Institute of production and processing of meat and dairy products, director and Professor of the Department of food production technology Volgograd state technical University, Volgograd, Russia, Tel.: +7(8442)39-10-48
  • Alexander Mosolov Volga Region Research Institute of Manufacture and Processing of Meat-and-Milk Production, leading researcher, Volgograd, Russia, Tel.: +7(8442)39-10-48
  • Vladimir Baranikov Volga Region Research Institute of Manufacture and Processing of Meat-and-Milk Production, Volgograd, leading researcher, Russia, Tel.: +7(8442)39-10-48
  • Dmitry Nikolaev Volga Region Research Institute of Manufacture and Processing of Meat-and-Milk Production, Volgograd, Russia, Tel.: +7(8442)39-10-48 https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9283-5299
  • Alexander Chernyak Volga Region Research Institute of Manufacture and Processing of Meat-and-Milk Production, applicant, Volgograd, Russia, Tel.: +7(8442)39-10-48
  • Bogdan Sherstyuk Volga Region Research Institute of Manufacture and Processing of Meat-and-Milk Production, applicant, Volgograd, Russia, Tel.: +7(8442)39-10-48 https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9121-1708
  • Olga Krotova Volga Region Research Institute of Manufacture and Processing of Meat-and-Milk Production, senior researcher, Volgograd, Russia, Tel.: +7(8442)39-10-48

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5219/1192

Keywords:

lysine, methionine with cystine, gilts, live weight, rations

Abstract

The article presents material on the effect of the amino acids lysine and methionine in pig diets. Studies have been carried out to increase the live weight of animals, depending on the content of these amino acids in the diet when fattening up to 100 and 120 kg. Presented research results obtained during testing in certified and accredited laboratories. When growing gilts to live weight from 30 to 50 kg, a deficiency in the level of lysine was found, which reaches up to 29.6%, and methionine with cystine up to 23.1%. When growing animals from 81 to 120 kg of live weight, the lysine deficiency is 14.9%, and methionine with cystine is 8,8%. This necessitated balancing the diet of animals to the required level of amino acid content. The most effective on the growth and development of animals, as well as on indicators of pork quality, was the introduction of feed lysine in combination with methionine in pig diets.

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Published

2020-02-28

How to Cite

Gorlov, I., Slozhenkina, M., Mosolov, A., Baranikov, V., Nikolaev, D., Chernyak, A., Sherstyuk, B., & Krotova, O. (2020). Nutritional and biological value of pork obtained from animals fed with lysine and methionine. Potravinarstvo Slovak Journal of Food Sciences, 14, 112–117. https://doi.org/10.5219/1192