Phytogenics for Poultry News

News published on July 31, 2014:

Broilers feed is more efficient with low dosage plant extracts

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 prese...
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Jennifer MAURIN – Plant extract Product Manager. Pancosma Switzerland Pancosma
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News published on November 28, 2013:

Replacing supplemental oil with full fat canola seed in broiler diets

Virtually all modern commercial broiler diets are supplemented with liquid oil or fat. This provides energy, improves the absorption of fat soluble vitamins, provides essential fatty acids and acts as a lubrica...
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By Bob Swick and Reza Barekatain
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News published on November 6, 2013:

XTRACT® improves performance as well as carcass quality

In modern broiler production, carcass quality is, along with growth performance based on weight gain and feed conversion, one of the most decisive quality parameters. Carcass quality, just like breast muscle, p...
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News published on July 16, 2012:

Brief of National Seminar on Novel Feed Additives: An Integrated Approach to Improve Farm Profitability

“One of the major causes of Malnutrition is protein deficiency. Poultry offers one of the highest quality nutritious proteins and thus can solve malnutrition. The rising cost of feed ingredients, additive...
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News published on September 1, 2010:

Phytogenics with growing presence in Asia - DELACON strengthens Team

DELACON Phytogenic Feed Additives has strengthened its Asian-Pacific team with the appointment of Gina Medina as Regional Technical Manager and Kevin Wang as General Manager of DELACON China. Their appointment ...
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DELACON Phytogenic Feed Additives Austria
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News published on October 17, 2008:

New scientific publication on the effects of plant extracts on bacteria by molecular profiling

NEXT Enhance® 150 is a standardised combination of thymol and cinnamaldehyde, an active ingredient of cinnamon extract. This combination acts to optimise gut flora equilibrium in the broiler and breeder chicken...
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IQF Group
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News published on June 18, 2004:

Int’l - Livestock farmers urged to go herbal

Chinese researchers are trying to convince poultry-, pig- and shrimp-farmers to replace antibiotics with traditional Chinese medicines to fight bacterial and viral infections. Since the avian flu and Severe...
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The Nation
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