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Article published the July 14, 2010:

The control of Mycotoxins as essential factor in animal health and performance

Mycotoxins are a group of structurally different secondary fungal metabolites that occur as contaminant of grains in worldwide crops (FAO). Species of fungi like Aspergillus, Fusarium, Penicillium, and Clav...
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Koen SchwarzerMonique Baecke
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Article published the July 5, 2010:

The mycotoxin HT-2. Until what point, will be or will not be important as undesirable substance in the animal feeding?

1.- HT-2 toxin and trichotecene mycotoxins The HT-2 toxin belongs to the group A of the trichotecene toxins. These mycotoxins are produced by molds of the genus Fusarium, such as, Fusarium tricinctum, F.niv...
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Article published the May 20, 2010:

Beyond AGPs : seeking new broiler growth promoters-one company’s experience

The increase in demand for cheap food and advent of modern production methods in agriculture have given rise to the use of synthetic compounds in feed, for example, sub-therapeutic antibiotic supplementation. F...
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Jacky Michard
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Article published the May 13, 2010:

Penificial effects of natural clays in pollution reduction

Natural clays are crystalline alumino-silicates characterized by their ably to exchange cations without major changes in structure. Zeolite and bentonite are the most common natural clays wed in rabbi productio...
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Prof. Dr. Ayyat Mohamed Salah
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Article published the May 10, 2010:

Sugar blocks – a new generation animal lick technology

Preamble Live stock feeding has been progressed today to a conversion efficient technology from the ancient concept of converting non-edibles and low nutrient feed stuffs to good animal products like milk, mea...
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Dr.P.George Kunju John
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Article published the May 6, 2010:

Modulation of Immune Function via Nutrition

FUELED BY THE INCREASED FOCUS ON THE PREVENTION OF ANIMAL DISEASES, THE BOOSTING OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM VIA NUTRITION ALSO GAINS MORE ATTENTION. ANNELIES DIERICX AND JAN VANEYS EXPLAIN HOW A MIX OF COATED BUTYRIC...
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Annelies Diericx
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Article published the May 6, 2010:

Phytobiotics as natural growth promoter

The strong fuctuations of feed ingredient prices in combination with low market prices for shrimp are challenging the proftability of shrimp farming. This has accelerated a search for alternative formulations a...
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Peter Coutteau
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Article published the April 6, 2010:

NSAIDs

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are, as a group, the most frequently consumed drugs worldwide. NSAIDs are the drugs with analgesic, antipyretic and anti-inflammatory effects so they reduce pain, ...
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Dr. Amit Raj GuptaPuneet
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Article published the March 30, 2010:

Organic Minerals in Pet Nutrition

Essential trace micro minerals are components of enzymes and are necessary for normal functions of tissues and processes involved in reproduction. In the last years there has been a renewed interest in the bio-...
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Article published the March 26, 2010:

A grasp on EU probiotics regulation

FEFANA (EU Feed Additives and Premixtures Association) in partnership with its French platform SYNPA (Syndicat national des producteurs d'additifs et d'ingrédients de la chaîne alimentaire) recentl...
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