Mark Bestes
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture major in Animal Science
Registered Agriculturist, Meat Inspection eligible (MISE),Animal Nutritionist
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture major in Animal Science
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Photo posted on April 2, 2018
prolapse
On the album: Clinical issues
Participation in Forum on February 28, 2016
hi Sir steve Tan if the prolapses is the problem just check your feed spec. maybe your energy requirements is too high and also the amino acids requirement specially the methionine adjust gradually..or adjust the feed intake gradually...but proper monitoring must be implemented because reducing intake is to critical in young flocks..
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Participation in Forum on May 5, 2015
Maybe it is because of the mycotoxin like T-2 toxin, MAS and DAS. Another factor to take into consideration in the mechanism of action of these mycotoxins is that after their absorption in the intestines they pass to the blood and later to the saliva, causing lesions in the mouth and possibly in the gizzard. regards..
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Location:Koronadal Proper, South Cotabato, Philippines
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Professional Title: Bachelor of Science in Agriculture major in Animal Science