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New Technologies

The Institute of Animal Science puts at your disposal a group of technologies that may contribute to the solution of the problems of the present agricultural development.


The technologies

  • Use of the pasture variety CT-115 in the production of biomass of reserve for grazing in the dry season in tropical areas.
  • Use of leucaena and other legumes in the production of milk, meat and heifers.
  • Integral use of sugarcane in animal production.
  • RELAC: milk replacer in calf rearing.
  • Use of sugarcane industry by-products in cattle production.
  • Use of multinutritional blocks in different species.
  • Intensive meat production system in grazing with the granulated supplement Jordan.
  • Beef production with natural pastures associated in 100% of the area with leucaena.
  • Cowpea meals: a choice for avian feeding.
  • Technology for healthy lungs production in swine.
  • Animal production in sugarcane farms and sugarcane mills:
    • Hens, turkeys, ducks, geese, guinea fowls, pigeons
    • Pigs
    • Rabbits
    • Fish
    • Cattle
    • Buffaloes
    • Sheep and Goats
    • Horses
    • Animal feed
  • Animal production in rice farms post and pre-fattening:
    • Ducks, geese, hens, pigeons, guinea fowls, pheasants, quails
    • Sheep
    • Horses
    • Rabbitr
    • Fish
    • Animal feed
  • Animal production in fruit farms:
    • Ducks, geese, hens, pigeons, guinea fowls, pheasants, quails
    • Sheep
    • Horses
    • Rabbits
    • Fish
    • Animal feed
  • Animal production in farms with other plant productions:
    • Study of possibilities
  • Use of natural zeolites:
    • Feedstuff industry
    • Livestock facilities
  • Use of non-traditional feeds in intensive productions and of other types of poultry.
  • Use of natural additives in swine and poultry:
    • Probiotics
    • Enzymes
    • Photogenic additives
    • Acids
  • Use of the residuals from alcohol and wine fermentation in animal feeding.
 
     
   
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