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Excellent discussion. I just wanted to mention that today there are massive sequencing technologies to study the entire intestinal flora at a certain time and without the need for cultures. This will allow us to understand the microbiological responses to the action of food and additives.
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Dear Tejada Thank you for your commentYes as we all know in the several reports pelleted diet had a good effect on performance parameters, but in broiler due to short life cycle (42-45 days), the positive energy balance in them may not be paid much attention, but because of the nutritional status of the bird influences lipid metabolism in liver, in another study we used plant extracts as feed addi ...
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Probiotics are good and have great impact, it is not only about the gut health more over the immune status of the bird, only thing we need to find right probiotics in the probiiotic jungle.
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Nelson Ruiz did you ever see Trial about Fermented soya? This is a trend in piglets here. And as well one company if going the way that you don't need to toast the beans before you ferment it in 2 steps and you can eliminate the most of the unwanted substances without having the Maillard reactions. In poultry we try it at the moment in organic hens in the Netherlands so was wondering if you have e ...
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Hi Richard: In today's poultry industry, dysbiosis not only is seen in broilers but also is seen in layers (commercials and breeders) and we need a lot of steering to improve gut health in all kind of chicken. And not only the plant cell like NSP predispose the condition to change the microbiota but also the structure of feed, anti nutrient and biogenic amine do it also and foregut formation in ea ...
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Very interesting topic and very useful as I have been seeing a very similar pattern at 21 days, one thing that does buck the trend is growth and FCR are not affected. Litter goes from dry and friable to greasy and capped in 24hrs! Once the litter is capped it is unretrievable.
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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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Woo Kyun Kim (associate professor and poultry nutritionist in the Department of Poultry Science, University of Georgia) will appear on December 8th at a live webinar where the main subject will be “The role of peptides in animal nutrition and health”. Michael Azain, also from the University of Georgia, and Tsung Cheng Tsai, from the University of Arkansas, will participate as well. ...
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