John Brake speaks on potassium and phosphorus in poultry nutrition

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Date: Monday, March 13, 2017
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John Brake, Distinguished Professor at North Carolina State University, explained the different benefits of potassium and phosphorus in meat quality, feed conversion and health, during IPPE 2017 in Atlanta, USA.

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Daniel Venne
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Re: John Brake speaks on potassium and phosphorus in poultry nutrition
15/03/2017 |

It is interesting that acid base balance and blood ph plays a major role in tissue oxygenation by the Bohr effect. Keep up the good work.

Daniel Venne.

Asif M. Cheema
Agriculturist
Re: John Brake speaks on potassium and phosphorus in poultry nutrition
23/03/2017 |

Dear John,

What should be the level of Potassium in Broilers and layer hens? Can we use Potassium Sulfate (which is easily available)?

Re: John Brake speaks on potassium and phosphorus in poultry nutrition
24/04/2017 | Hello my friend what the recommended levels of potassium carbonate and none phytate phosphorus you have found to connect with improving performance with broilers and breeders
Youssef Attia
Asif M. Cheema
Agriculturist
Re: John Brake speaks on potassium and phosphorus in poultry nutrition
24/04/2017 | Dear Professor Youssef Attia, May I add that you please ask for the level of Potassium in the feed but not the Potassium Carbonate. Because we will add up the Potassium from all the used ingredients and the remaining will be supplemented from Potassium Carbonate.
Ibrahim El Idrissi
Animal Nutritionist
Re: John Brake speaks on potassium and phosphorus in poultry nutrition
25/04/2017 | Dear Professor
I find your topic on which you have been working very exciting; indeed, now, with the genetic progress we have to deal with acid based balance which we take into consideration in chicken formulation. That’s why I am interested in knowing your nutrients recommendation for broilers regarding Ca, AvP, Na, Cl, K and Na+k – Cl. For starter, growing and finish formulas.
Thank you for answering my questions.
EL IDRISSI IBRAHIM
DVM nutritionnist.
Morocco
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