Direct-Fed Microbials and its advantages - Guillermo Tellez

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Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018
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Guillermo Tellez (University of Arkansas) talked about the benefits of DFM and how they act when administered in the feed or in the water, during IPPE 2018 in Atlanta, USA.

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Pady Singh Pady Singh
Animal health products manufacturing
June 6, 2018

Hello Sir,
According to you, what is the optimum population of bacillus sps. to be present as DFM for optimum benefits?

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June 7, 2018

Using live cultures has risks of unknown contaminants. The speaker has highlighted the viability of the spores. What if some unknown spores get into cultures and we get into new problems.
This happened with some vaccines made of biological like chick embryos.
Already small labs have made probiotics a cottage industry.

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Oday Al Quraishi Oday Al Quraishi
Poultry farmer
June 7, 2018

New approach to reduce drug consumption and sustain a healthy flock, where can I buy these products in UAE and what are the doses in food or water to be administered?

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June 11, 2018

Yes. Small companies, labs have made probiotics a joke. There are some companies with R&D and could develop stable bacteria. NCH is one such company which provides liquid probiotics.

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