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Nice and informative article. We need to think alternative strategies to fight against feed toxins. Yes, further we need a lot of data to confirm the action of AFB1 on IEC. Thanks for sharing.
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Great work, Brett and Annsofie. Thanks for this comprehensive review.
Fiber can indeed have positive and negative effects depending on level, quality, age of birds, feed composition and feed form/particle size.
David Akinde showed well in his review on glycine that it can have a negative effect on protein efficiency.
Article published the December 11, 2014
The nutritional value of feed ingredients comprises all nutrients needed for maintenance and production of animals. This paper mainly focuses on the energy value of feed ingredients, which depends on the nutrient composition (starch, fat and protein), the efficiency of nutrient digestion and absorption in the intestinal tract, and the presence of anti-nutritional factors (ANFs). A ...
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