Feed additives Technical Articles

Formulation and ingredients

Article published the March 12, 2013:

Dietary Olive Leaf and Antioxidative Status in Chickens

Introduction Olive leave extract was effective in minimizing the oxidative stress which was induced with the advance of age, specially for plasma cholesterol, triglyceride, thiobarbituric acid reactive substan...
Author/s :
Prof. Dr. Saad Zaghloul El-damrawy
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1213 4
Article published the November 30, 2012:

Alternative proteins for Pet Food

Pet food companies have been motivated to explore new ingredients in order to expand supply, to differentiate their product offerings, and to avoid sensitizing dietary elements. Traditional ingredients such as ...
Author/s :
Greg Aldrich
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656 0
Article published the November 30, 2012:

Fiber Fortification and Functionality in Innovative Companion Animal Nutrition Products

IntroductionHistorically, fiber-containing ingredients when incorporated into a pet food have been associated with grain by-products. Thus “fiber” has been associated with the nutritional term &ldqu...
Author/s :
Gary Lynch
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975 0
Article published the November 22, 2012:

Greek Experience of the Use of Phytogenic Feed Additives in Organic Pig Farming

INTRODUCTION In view of organic livestock farming, Greece has many advantages in comparison to the other European countries, the temperate climate and the wide and rich ecosystems in countryside. For thousand...
Author/s :
Eleni TzikaVasileios Papatsiros
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1519 0
Article published the October 19, 2012:

Nucleotides – non-essential nutrients turn essential

Despite the accelerating knowledge in understanding metabolism and nutrition and the considerable improvement in farm management in aquaculture, financial losses due to diseases still strike producers severely ...
Author/s :
Klaus Hoffmann
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Article published the October 19, 2012:

Can we substitute avilamycin by a non medicated solution in broiler production ?

Introduction Antibiotics have been used for decades in broiler chicken production for their gut microflora regulation effect, resulting in growth promotion. Governments and consumers are more and more aware of...
Author/s :
Danièle MarzinGaelle BenzoniMarie-Laurence Le Ray
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1338 9
Article published the October 15, 2012:

Effects of a patented activated clay on laying hens performances

Introduction With the increase of microbes resistance, the use of antibiotics as growth promoters is decreasing worldwide. As a consequence, there is a need for alternative products able to maintain productio...
Author/s :
Alain GuyonvarchDanièle MarzinGaelle Benzoni
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838 13
Article published the September 13, 2012:

Effect of Dietary Sodium Diformate on Performance and Litter Quality in Broiler till 42 days Post-hatch

INTRODUCTION Animal husbandry suffers from losses due to contamination with pathogenic bacteria. Their resultant impacts in animals include lower weight gains and increased mortality. Banning the use of in-fe...
Author/s :
Christian Lückstädt
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1653 4
Article published the June 28, 2012:

Antibacterial Activity of Some Fruits; Berries and Medicinal Herb Extracts Against Poultry Strains of Salmonella

INTRODUCTION In recent years food safety concerns have been focused on pathogens, such as Salmonella which is recognized as a primary cause of food poisoning worldwide and massive outbreaks have been occurred ...
Author/s :
Nadir Alloui
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1100 0
Article published the June 12, 2012:

Effects of Z. officinale and Propolis Extracts on the Performance, Carcass and Some Blood Parameters of Broiler Chicks

INTRODUCTION Antibiotics are microbial metabolites produced by fungi and algae which have low molecule weight and can inhibit the growth of other microorganisms even in low concentrations (Nir and Ve-Senkoylu...
Author/s :
Prof.Dr.Hasan Kutlu
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1943 2
 
 
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