Article published the October 5, 2018
Phosphorus is an important nutrient for laying hens, e.g. for bone development and egg formation, but also plays an important role in environmental contamination. However, research on the phosphorus requirement of laying hens is dated (Van der Klis and Blok, 1997). The modern laying hen with a high egg number and laying persistency probably has a different phosphorus requirement than ...
Video published on January 13, 2016
Novus International invited Dr. Laura Star, Researcher Poultry Nutrition at Schothorst Feed Research as a guest speaker during the European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition. At this Novus lunch symposium, Dr. Star presented on the environmental constraints in poultry related to Zn, Cu and Mn. and introduced the Schothorst Feed Research. She algo spoke about the P efficiency and P excretion in laying ...
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