Article published the November 4, 2020
1. Introduction Similar to mammals, the liver in birds is involved in an array of metabolic and homeostatic functions and considered as a biochemical factory responsible for most of the synthesis, metabolism, excretion, and detoxification processes. It plays an important role in digestion and metabolism, regulating the production, storage, and release of lipids, carbohydrates and proteins [1]. Th ...
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Aaron Cowieson Well said Aaron. We should not be far from formulating diets based on digestible Ca and P,.....and probably digestible energy later on.
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A couple of quick remarks on this topic. When phytic acid is hydrolysed by phytase and the mucosal phosphatases in the intestine the only two direct products of this are myo-inositol and phosphate. We have measured the appearance of both of these in multiple experiments and this is clear evidence of phytase efficacy and its compatibility with endogenous phosphatases in the intestine. All additiona ...
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Dear Rami Unfortunately still many of the nutrients in feed specification for poultry is crude, like CP , CF , EE and of course Ca. Ca is usually over supplied to the poultry diet from many sources like: Drinking water (as a rule of thumb poultry take water twice the feed intake) , Carrier in premix , concentrate , pro-prebiotics also as anti-caking agent in SBM. For example when you add 1 kg ...
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Article published the August 6, 2014
Introduction The importance of pellet feeding to broilers in improving the growth performance and feed efficiency is no longer questionable (Abdollahi et al., 2013a). On the other hand, the process of making pellets may also have detrimental effects on bird performance through chemical and physical changes that occur during pelleting. It is widely believed in the feed industry that the improved p ...
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