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Home Uzbekistan Technologies Complex Protein-Vitamin-Enzyme Preparation Based on Use of Microorganisms

Complex Protein-Vitamin-Enzyme Preparation Based on Use of Microorganisms


The method of preparation of fodder for cattle breeding is developed on base of bioconversion of plant wastes with use of biomass of fungus Trichoderma harzianum. It allows to produce complex protein-vitamin-enzyme preparation. Cellulolytic and other hydrolytic enzymes of this strain participate in partial disintegration of such hardly digestible compounds like cellulose, lignin and so on which are presented in plant wastes (cereals straw, stalks of cotton and corn, etc.). Fodder (silo) obtained from plant wastes as result of such enzymatic treatment is enriched with sugars, protein and vitamins. Feeding of cattle with such fodder allows to increase live weight at lower cost compared to mixed fodder.

Innovative Aspect and Main Advantages

Fodder obtained as result of fermentation with use of complex protein-vitamin-enzyme preparation is economically efficient. It may serve as full substitute for expensive components of mixed fodder like fodder yeast, fish flour and so on. Complex protein-vitamin-enzyme preparation is characterized with higher protein content compared to components used in mixed fodder (corn – 9.1%, barley – 10.5%, wheat – 10.2%). The product contains 21.2% protein, raw fat – 7.4%, raw cellulose – 4.5%, lysine – 2.69%, phosphorus – 1.2%, methionine – 1.02%, calcium – 0.8%, cysteine – 0.4%.

Areas of Application

Cattle breeding, poultry keeping, fodder production.

Complex Protein-Vitamin-Enzyme Preparation Based on Use of Microorganisms
Fig. 1 Model of production line for production of fodder for cattle breeding based on
conversion of plant wastes with use of fungus Trichoderma harzianum

Stage of Development

Full set of documents for production is available including technical and economic assessment, technical conditions, instruction for production of enzymatic mass and its application in fodder production.

Contact Details

Institute of Microbiology
Contact persons: Dr. Khursheda Khamidova
Address: 7B, A.Kadyri St. 100128 Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Tel: (998 71) 244 8421
Fax: (998 71) 244 2582
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


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