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Productividad y características de la canal de ovinos suplementados con propionato de calcio

Productivity and carcass characteristics of sheep supplemented with calcium propionate



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Flores-Santiago, E. J., González-Garduño, R. ., Cobos-Peralta, M. A. ., Mendoza-Pedrosa, S. I. ., Alejos de la Fuente, J. I. ., Cadena-Villegas, S. ., Díaz-Sánchez, E. L. ., & Bárcena-Gama, J. R. . (2024). Productividad y características de la canal de ovinos suplementados con propionato de calcio. Revista MVZ Córdoba, 27(s), e2525. https://doi.org/10.21897/rmvz.2525

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Ever Jesus Flores-Santiago
Roberto González-Garduño
Mario Antonio Cobos-Peralta
Sergio Iban Mendoza-Pedrosa
José Isidro Alejos de la Fuente
Said Cadena-Villegas
Erick Lorenzo Díaz-Sánchez
José Ricardo Bárcena-Gama

Ever Jesus Flores-Santiago,

Universidad Autónoma Chapingo, Unidad Regional Universitaria Sur Sureste, C.P. 86800, km 7.5 Carretera Teapa-Vicente Guerrero, Teapa, Tabasco, México.


Roberto González-Garduño,

Universidad Autónoma Chapingo, Unidad Regional Universitaria Sur Sureste, C.P. 86800, km 7.5 Carretera Teapa-Vicente Guerrero, Teapa, Tabasco, México.


Mario Antonio Cobos-Peralta,

Colegio de Postgraduados, Campus Montecillo, Programa Posgrados en Recursos Genéticos y Productividad – Ganadería, C.P. 56230, km 36.5. Carretera Federal México-Texcoco, Texcoco, Estado de México, México.


Sergio Iban Mendoza-Pedrosa,

Colegio de Postgraduados, Campus Montecillo, Programa Posgrados en Recursos Genéticos y Productividad – Ganadería, C.P. 56230, km 36.5. Carretera Federal México-Texcoco, Texcoco, Estado de México, México.


José Isidro Alejos de la Fuente,

Universidad Autónoma Chapingo, Departamento de Zootecnia, C.P. 56230, km 38.5. Carretera Federal México-Texcoco, Texcoco, Estado de México, México.


Said Cadena-Villegas,

Colegio de Postgraduados, Campus Tabasco, Programa de Maestría en Ciencias de la Producción Agroalimentaria en el Trópico, C.P. 86500, km


Erick Lorenzo Díaz-Sánchez,

Universidad Autónoma Chapingo, Unidad Regional Universitaria Sur Sureste, C.P. 86800, km 7.5 Carretera Teapa-Vicente Guerrero, Teapa, Tabasco, México


José Ricardo Bárcena-Gama,

Colegio de Postgraduados, Campus Montecillo, Programa Posgrados en Recursos Genéticos y Productividad – Ganadería, C.P. 56230, km 36.5.


Objetivo. Evaluar el efecto de la inclusión de propionato de calcio (PCa) sobre variables productivas y características de la canal en corderos en finalización. Materiales y métodos. Se utilizaron 24 coderos machos de la cruza Dorper*Pelibuey de 5 meses de edad, con un peso corporal promedio (μ±SD) de 27±2.7. Fueron asignados a uno de tres tratamientos [control (CON) y dos niveles de PCa: 10 y 20 g/kg de MS] en un diseño completamente al azar (3 tratamientos, 8 repeticiones por tratamiento, considerando cada cordero como una unidad experimental). Las variables de respuesta se redujeron a 1 valor medio para cada cordero, y los datos se analizaron en SAS versión 9.4 usando Proc Mixed. Resultados. La ganancia diaria de peso (GDP), conversión (CA) y eficiencia alimenticia (EF) fueron mayores en 13, 20 y 24%, respectivamente por la inclusión de 20 g PCa/kg MS (p≤0.05). El peso de la canal fría (PCF), rendimiento en canal caliente (RCC) y rendimiento en canal fría (RCF) fueron mayores al incrementar el nivel de inclusión de PCa (p≤0.05). Conclusiones. La suplementación con PCa en dosis de hasta 20g/kg en dietas de finalización puede mejorar los parámetros productivos y de rendimiento en canal sin afectar el consumo de materia seca (DMI).


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