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Wijaya Saputra Lots of good numbers! Cocci is definitely cycling, but is it cycling even in the birds? I would check a few things along with identifying what species of Eimeria is causing you trouble at 35 days. They cycle differently. 1) is it being applied properly - check tongue staining at Hatchery2) first cycle in the house- are birds confined long enough to ingest all species of Eimeria?3) u ...
Article published the October 30, 2018
Introduction Keeping birds comfortable during hot, humid weather is critical for optimizing weight gains, feed conversion and livability. Improved growth rates and the trend to heavier average market weights contribute to greater heat loads in modern broiler barns. While the poultry industry has made significant strides to minimize seasonal effects, even the best housing design can still result i ...
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Slausgalvis Virginijus In Na-diformate there is an equimolar concentration of the formate salt and the free formic acid. [HCOOH] = [HCOO-Na] on a molar basis. On a weight basis, the Na-salt is higher due to the mass of the Na. The Na is covalently bound to the formate in HCOO-Na (strong molecular bond), whereas the H of the hydroxyl group of the formic acid forms a hydrogen bond to the double ...
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Dr. Atul Deshmukh There really are only 3 main pH ranges of interest in birds. 1. The crop, which has a pH more or less determined by the pH of the feed and water. Generally alkaline, but with a fair amount of room for direct influence by feed and water additives as the bird does not attempt to regulate the pH here to any great extent. 2. The proventriculus/gizzard, which has a very low pH (2 ...
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Dr. Fiodor S. Marchenkov Excellent advice, Dr. Marchenkov, relieving the pressure is necessary during cleaning particularly for pipes with heavy biofilm.
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Dear all, a lot is depending on age of pipes. If they new, only sanitation is necessary to do. But if they old, at first is necessary to provide tubes cleaning. Watering system is filled by special cleansing solution (for example, Aquaclean), and exposition time is several hours. During cleaning process, gas pressure is increased, so is necessary to open at least one walve, to avoid pipes destroyi ...
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andrew page Andrew Maintaining the 25-50 ppm residual is often necessary to prevent recontamination since poultry water systems can be vulnerable to the reintroduction of pathogens irregardless of how clean the system is. If in your part of the world you are frequently challenged with respiratory diseases, then even more reason to keep sanitation pressure in the water. Since you have thoroughly ...
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Andrew,It sounds like you have figured out how to find the answer to this question. Measuring H2O2 residual while also monitoring the total bacteria level. If you are starting with 50 ppm but only getting 25 ppm at the drinker, it might be beneficial to do some thorough system cleaning with a 2 or 3% solution when no birds are present to help remove any biofilm that is impacting your final residua ...
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