The article is based on the results of a study of the effect of short-term, low-intensity laser radiation on the meat yield of young lambs in the farm "Gulandom ona" of the Kushrabot district of the Samarkand region. Analysis of the change in body weight by age in absolute and daily growth rates showed that the lambs of the experimental group differed from the control lambs in significantly higher body weight and daily growth rates. In this case, it was shown that, according to the studied indicators, the lambs in the experimental group were significantly superior to those in the control group. It was established that the night gain obtained in the lambs of the II and III experimental groups was 3.6-4.4% higher than that in the lambs of the control group.
Key words: laser beams, experiment, control, lambs, meat, bone, morphological composition, meatiness, chemical composition.