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Dr. Mike Czarick
University of Georgia
Dr. Mike Czarick (United States)
Technical publication
Views: 136
Figure 1 shows the outside temperature and relative humidity during the last three weeks on a farm growing a 56-day-old broiler during the month of August in 2013.  Though the weather was relatively mild, outside temperatures still reached...
Karel Schat
Cornell University
Karel Schat (United States)
Technical publication
Views: 270
Subclinical immunosuppression caused by chicken infectious anemia virus (CIAV) is an important contributing factor to Marek’s disease (MD) vaccine breaks. Infection with CIAV results in reduced T helper and cytotoxic T lymphocyte activity affecting..
Johanna Fink-Gremmels
Utrecht University
Johanna Fink-Gremmels (Netherlands)
Technical publication
Views: 338
The global agri-food market is rapidly changing. Drivers of these changes are the increasing world population, changes in the global economy and the individual income that can be spent on daily food choices. The changes are accompanied by an...
Prof. Paul Iji
University of New England
Prof. Paul Iji (Australia)
Participation in forums
The first 7-10 days represent a period of rapid development of the gastrointestinal tract. We have assessed this as part of our studies on SDPP. The product positively affects this development, which then tends to have an effect on subsequent...
Santiago Ramirez
Technical publication
Views: 270
There is no universal definition for livestock feed additives, but as their name suggests, in general, they are substances of a low-inclusive nature that are added to stockfeed for a specific purpose. The European Commission describes...
Pancosma SA
Publication of news
Views: 1082
The Swiss feed additive manufacturer Pancosma was present at the Poultry Science Association congress held inTexas, Corpus Christie, from 14 to 18 of July 2014. The objective of this participation was the presentation of the latest company results ...
Randolph Mitchell
Randolph Mitchell (United States)
Technical publication
Views: 373
Lameness in broilers can result from both infectious and non-infectious sources. Some of the non-infectious sources maybe the result of genetic selection for fast growth and techniques such as reduced photoperiod can be effective in relieving. ...
Mingan Choct
Poultry CRC
Mingan Choct (Australia)
Video publishing
Views: 668
Video: Energy Systems for Broilers. Mingan Choct (Poultry CRC)
Mingan Choct, CEO of the Poultry CRC, Australia, speaks about his presentation about energy systems used for assesing the energy content of poultry feed ingredients. He had presented some results at the 24th World's Poultry Congress and Expo 2012 ...
Sandy Aehle
Sandy Aehle (United States)
Technical publication
Views: 350
Hatchlings are highly susceptible to Salmonella with infection by a few organisms resulting in rapid colonization of the intestinal tract (7). Infection of young birds results in heavier shedding of salmonellae and a longer duration...
Ahmed Din Anjum
Ahmed Din Anjum (Pakistan)
Participation in forums
Case Study: Tentative diagnosis of Newcastle or Gumboro
Dr. Ahmed Din Anjum from Pakistan has shared his photo album about 11 day old broiler chicks with high mortality and a tentative diagnosis of a complex of feed toxicity, Newcastle disease and Gumboro. Join the discussion...
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