Blood serum was collected 3 times during the experiment, in the beginning of the experiment, and every 45 days. The experiment lasted 90 days. After the 45 days of phytoadditive supplementation we found a tendency of lower concentrations of serum triglycerides (0.07 vs. 0.23 mmol*l-1) and total cholesterol (2.18 vs. 2.27 mmol*l-1) in experimental group of horses (P>0.05). In serum concentrations of glucose, total proteins and urea we find similar values in all of groups. The same tendency we analyzed in activity of AST, ALT, and ALP enzymes (P>0.05). After the 90 days of the phytoadditive supplementation in feed rations of sport horses, we detected a tendency of lower serum triglycerides concentration in experimental group of horses and higher cholesterol, glucose, total protein and urea concentrations (P>0.05). We didn´t find a significant effect of a phytoadditive supplementation on blood serum indicator levels. Higher faecal digestibility coefficient of dry matter was found in experimental group of horses (62.98%) in comparison with control group (56.87%). In control group of horses we detected tendency of lower crude protein digestibility (71.36%) in comparison with phytogenic additive group feeding (72.86%). We analyzed a positive effect of phytogenic additive on organic matter digestibility of feed ration. In experimental group of horses we found significantly (P<0.05) higher organic matter faecal digestibility coefficient (73.31%) in comparison with control group (68.32%). We analyzed insignificant (P>0.05) effect of a phytoadditive on blood serum concentrations during 90 days of experiment. We found positive effect of phytoadditve supplementation on total faecal digestibility of organic nutrients.
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