Participation in Forum on August 6, 2019
It has been always changing the requirements of essential amino acids and nutrients, as the atmosphere, genetic capacity of the laying hens is increasing.
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The World Veterinary Education in Production Animal Health (WVEPAH), a non profit organization, with partners like the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), the University of Luxemburg and local Veterinary faculties has been giving high level training for 150 practicing poultry veterinarians from 22 countries during the last four years It took place in six countries (Veterinary faculties) se ...
Participation in Forum on February 23, 2019
Prolapse is a condition that arises in young layers as a result of many complex reasons during growing age. Managemental practices, lighting, feed quality, nutrition and body weight at the time of point of lay, are the few key factors which predispose the condition... prolapse. In birds which are in peak or going to peak, any changes in feed and nutrition may affect the production.
Participation in Forum on September 29, 2018
The more is the density in population the more will be stress. Climate changes, nutrition changes and any disturbance will easily effect the performance. The production also drops as the water,feed and air spaces are restricted.
Participation in Forum on September 27, 2018
In field the organic or inorganic mineral impact is very low. Many years we have been using the trace minerals in normal dose, but never found any deficiency. In recent times, one particular farmer didn't use any TM without any drop in performance for 2 months. So can we forego TM in order to see that the soil content doesn't change by voiding of minerals by excretion?
Participation in Forum on April 10, 2016
In spite several requests and advice the commercial poultry layer and broiler farmers, are not able to maintain strict vaccination programs and procedures. Before onset of summer they should ensure proper serlogical serlogical protections. Nutritionally also many are not in a position to make it optimum. No properly equipped labs and knowledgeable technicians available in near by production center ...
Participation in Forum on June 29, 2015
Dear all, the Gizzard erosion is seen mostly in chicks at the age ranging from 5-11 wks of age. Mortality and pathogenecity varies.Majority cases showed their recovery in 2 weeks. Its now confirmedly considered to be an ADENO virus problem. Why so much worry.If the breeders are taken proper care this problem will be solved. Try to give more of potassium salts and antacids along with anti irritants ...
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