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Article published the June 28, 2021:

Endogenous Enzyme Activities and Energy Utilisation of Broiler Chickens Fed Maize-Based Diets Supplemented with Phytase and Carbohydrases

This study was aimed at assessing endogenous enzyme activities and utilisation of metabolisable energy by broiler chickens fed maize-based diets supplemented with phytase and carbohydrases. Birds were raised in...
Author/s :
Abdallh MohamedEdwin Chang´aHarriet GausiMike BedfordProf. Paul Iji
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Article published the June 25, 2021:

Indigestible neutral detergent fibers: Relationship between forage fragility and neutral detergent fibers digestibility in total mixed ration and some feedstuffs in dairy cattle

Introduction A wide range of in vitro and in situ techniques are used as alternatives to in vivo measurement of ruminal fiber availability. Fiber digestibility and forage fragility are critical factors shoul...
Author/s :
Dr. mostafa soufizadeh
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Article published the June 25, 2021:

Extraction and Characterization of Starch Fractions of Five Phenotypes Pachyrhizus tuberosus (Lam.) Spreng

1. Introduction Starch and its derivatives are used as ingredients and it is the main component in bakery products. It is also added in low quantities as additives to improve the sensory characteristics of a l...
Author/s :
Jose Luis Ramirez AscheriLuz Bravo Zamudio
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Article published the June 25, 2021:

Development of local calibrations for the nutritional evaluation of fish meal and meat & bone meal by using near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy

1. Introduction Commercial poultry farming is one of the fastest growing and most promising industries in Bangladesh. Intensive production system, however, depends solely on compound feeds and ingredients cost...
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A.B.M. KhaleduzzamanHossan Md. Salim, PhD
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Article published the June 25, 2021:

Recent advances in canola meal utilization in swine nutrition

Background Canola is an offspring of rapeseed which belongs to the cabbage family or Brassicas. The genus Brassica also contains plants such as cabbage, radish, kale, mustard and cauliflower [10]. Rapeseed oil...
Author/s :
In Ho KimMartin Nyachoti
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Article published the June 23, 2021:

Apparent Metabolizable Energy and Energy Utilization by Broiler Chickens as Affected by Feed Form and Microbial Enzyme Supplementation of Tanzanian-Type Diets

I. INTRODUCTION The optimum utilization of nutrients, especially energy and protein, by poultry is essential in commercial production. The efficiency of feed utilization has been improved through genetic devel...
Author/s :
Abdallh MohamedEdwin Chang´aHarriet GausiJohn GibsonProf. Paul Iji
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Article published the June 22, 2021:

Performance of Broilers Fed Diets with High and Low Net Energy but Similar Metabolisable Energy

I. INTRODUCTION The most important cost component of broiler feed relates to energy, as this may account for up to 75% of feed costs (van der Klis & Kwakernaak, 2008). Therefore, more accurate evaluation o...
Author/s :
Natalie MorganPierre CozannetRobert SwickShubiao WuSosthene Musigwa
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Article published the June 8, 2021:

Effects of the Feed: Water Mixing Proportion on Diet Digestibility of Growing Pigs

1. Introduction Liquid feed has become a popular feeding system for pigs in many European countries. It consists of a blend compound feed (mixture of raw materials “as fed”) with water or liquid fo...
Author/s :
Cinta SolJosep GasaLorena Castillejos
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Article published the June 8, 2021:

Curing piglets from diarrhea and preparation of a healthy microbiome with Bacillus treatment for industrial animal breeding

Animal breeding is an old practice developed by humans for the production of dairy foods (cattle), transport (horses), rodeo or recreational events (dogs and bison for instance). The task of domestication and/o...
Author/s :
Fuli HuJean-François PicimbonShousong YueZhentian Li
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Article published the June 7, 2021:

Evidence of viral survival in representative volumes of feed and feed ingredients during long-distance commercial transport across the continental United States

1- INTRODUCTION In 2014, it was first reported that pigs could become infected with porcine epidemic diarrhoea virus (PEDV) following consumption of contaminated feed via natural feeding behaviour (Dee et...
Author/s :
Gordon SpronkMegan NiederwerderScott Dee
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