(57) Abstract:The invention relates to poultry and can be used for processing eggs poultry. The purpose of the invention is the increased efficiency. How is that to reduce embryonic waste and improve hatchability conditioned chickens hatching eggs four to five times with an interval of 5 min is processed by the light of the gas discharge lamp DMESG-500 with a wavelength of 630-650 nm, the average dose on the surface of eggs 23.1 erg in the exposition 15, helium-neon laser LGN 104 with a wavelength of 632.8 nm, power density on the surface of eggs 50 mW/cm2with the exhibition 2 and mercury-quartz lamp CES-400 wavelength 185-400 nm, the average dose on the surface of eggs 20 erg in exposure 5 C, and the output conditioned chickens raised on 14,94%. table 1. The invention relates to poultry and can be used, primarily, for the irradiation of eggs poultry.A known method for increasing the hatchability of hatching eggs by preincubation processing of embryos radiation of helium-neon laser AGR-12 a wavelength of 632.8 nm, output power of 15 mW, resulting in stimulated embryonic shall pokazateli embryogenesis chickens, output conforming chickens. In addition, the known method does not reveal the impact of the integrated exposure light energy of the laser LGN-104, lamps DMESG-500 and he-400 on the development of the bird.The purpose of the invention increase the viability of embryonic chickens. This goal is achieved by incubation of the egg is treated four times with an interval of 5 min consistently light a discharge lamp with a wavelength of 630-650 nm, the average dose on the surface of shell eggs 23.1 erg in the exposition 15, helium-neon laser with a wavelength of 632.8 nm, power density on the surface of eggs 50 mW/cm2with the exhibition 2 and UV lamp with a wavelength of 185-400 nm, the average dose on the surface of egg shells 20 erg in exposure 5 in the installation, the design of which allows you to process sequentially with smooth transition from one type of radiation in a different light discharge lamp DMESG-500, helium-neon laser LGN-104 and UV lamp CES-400 exposures, respectively, 15, 2 and 5 C.In order to determine the maximum stimulus parameters laser light handling eggs, trays of eggs were processed one-eight.Incubation results reflected in the table is brinley waste by the number of "false" unfertilized eggs, blood rings, frozen embryos and sadahiko, as well as substandard, weak Chicks and crippled, while the output of viable offspring was higher relative to the control 8,12-14,94%
Conclusion conditioned chickens on the number of laid eggs shows that the effect on the embryos light discharge lamp DMESG-500 in the exposition 15, helium-neon laser LGN-104 in the display 2 and the ultraviolet lamp CES-400 in exposure 5 with an interval of 5 min naturally increases with frequency of exposure, reaching a maximum results when four or five times the impact, then decreases, reaching a level one treatment to seven-eight-effects.Thus, the results of our research allow us to conclude that the effect on embryonic development in birds of radiant energy, does not require much exposure effects of laser radiation of LGN-104, lamps DMESG-500 and he-400. More resonance on embryogenesis chickens reflected minor, but repeated at intervals of exposure to light energy. The OUTPUT of CHICKENS, including preincubation irradiation of eggs by the light of a helium-neon laser with a wavelength of 632.8 nm, characterized in that the care every 5 min consistently light a discharge lamp with a wavelength of 630 - 650 nm, the average dose on the surface of shell eggs 23.1 erg in the exposition 15, irradiation with HeNe laser wavelength of 632.8 nm, power density on the surface of eggs 50 mW/cm2in the exposition of 2 and UV lamp wavelength 185 - 400 nm, the average dose on the surface of egg shells 20 mark in exposure 5 C.
FIELD: poultry science.
SUBSTANCE: one should irradiate eggs before incubation with the light of He-Ne laser LHN-104, wave length being 632.8 nm, power density at eggs surface being 50 mW/sq.cm/sec, with red light of fluorescent lamp DNESG-500, wave length being 630-650 nm, power at eggs surface being 23.1 erg and with ultraviolet from DRT-400 lamp at wave length being 185-400 nm, average dosage at eggs surface being 20 merg in 3-min-long exposures.
EFFECT: higher resistance to pullorosis in poultry.
4 dwg, 4 tbl
FIELD: poultry science.
SUBSTANCE: incubation eggs should be once treated with ultraviolet lamp for 20 sec or ozonized, then sprayed with 0.01-0.3%-succinic acid solution at 1.2-1.5 ml/120-150 eggs to increased the brood in chickens, decrease lethality and increase body weight in chickens.
EFFECT: higher efficiency of stimulation.
6 ex, 6 tbl
FIELD: poultry industry.
SUBSTANCE: claimed method includes treatment of incubating egg shell with mitomin in concentration of 0.3-0.5 % and in amount of 2.2-2.5 ml/120-150 eggs.
EFFECT: increased egg hatching, decreased mortality; daily chickens with improved biochemical blood characteristics.
5 ex, 5 tbl
FIELD: poultry farming.
SUBSTANCE: method involves withdrawing material from multiplicity of live eggs; analyzing withdrawn material for identifying of eggs having predetermined characteristic; treating in proper manner.
EFFECT: increased efficiency by providing the possibility of analyzing withdrawn material and performing proper treatment.
58 cl, 54 dwg
FIELD: poultry farming.
SUBSTANCE: incubation eggs are treated with aqueous solution of edible salt, with sea salt being additionally introduced, said components being used in the following ratio, g/l: NaCl 2.5-3.5; sea salt 0.3-0.5. Method involves preparing aqueous solution of edible salt by double distillation of sodium chloride solution and adding sea salt during repeated distillation procedure; treating incubation eggs by aerosol applying process, with following exposing for 30-60 min.
EFFECT: increased efficiency in treatment of eggs.
3 cl, 1 tbl, 1 ex
SUBSTANCE: scanner has mirrors. Ten mirrors are mounted onto truncated cone of scanner at different angles to light source for scanning laser beams at direction of lightening chamber and for increase in exposure of processing.
EFFECT: reduced electric energy consumption.