The anatomy and physiology of the gastrointestinal tract (GCF) of ruminants differ from monogastric animals, which allowed scientists to look for specific ways to increase the meat and dairy productivity of these animals. It has been found that the organization of full feeding, especially of highly productive cattle, is primarily related to the optimization of protein nutrition. The availability of protein and amino acids is influenced by the complexity and specificity of microbiological processes occurring in the complex stomach of ruminants. These issues are of particular importance when rationalizing the feeding of highly productive cows since the newly synthesized microbial protein in the scar plays an important role in ensuring the dairy productivity of cows only in the impact of up to 3500-4000 kg per year and in the low-intensity feeding of bullies.
The work proposes the use of insect protein in the diets of farm animals. The authors analyzed the main indicators of life activity of cattle and small cattle, concluded on the prospect of using a new kind of protein in animal feeding. Economic justification is given.