Participation in Forum on July 15, 2022
Lactobacillus strains alone would do good for baby chicks whether or not they get from parents (yolk).
Participation in Forum on July 8, 2022
The subject is finally expressing the theme that 115 k.cal ME and 3% Protein. This fact can not be established so widely. Where as the Phytates breakdown can easily be established with proof with 2500 fyts surely can replace 10 kgs of DCP in feed.
Participation in Forum on November 4, 2021
Dear all, there is specific procedure for calculation of FTU units of Phytase is required for digestion of phytates present in the plant source ingredients. Can anyone explain? I remember to use 5000 units of Phytase to be used to replace DCP (16%) by 10 kgs when used at 125 gr per one metric ton of feed with sufficient level of substrate.
Participation in Forum on October 27, 2021
All are good articles. Well explained about the usage of Enzymes. Excellent.
Participation in Forum on October 29, 2019
This problem is everywhere in the world. Where birds are better managed with good nutritious feed and better preventive vaccination, with strict biosecurity methods are able to withstand the viral outbreaks. When the immunity levels are not maintained properly for ND, and IB then AI manifests in severe farm. Good managemental practices always protect the birds from many diseases.
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Dear Haroon,Impressing customers is useless, proteases should perform.Many factors play, I mean right type & quantity of protease, ample dietary substrate, right physiological age of bird and perhaps most important is the return on investment.Regards.
Participation in Forum on September 29, 2019
Bertrand Medina, Hi, cocci in layers is, not just coccidiosis, but always be mixed with bacterial invasion like Clostridium. Hence better use ESB3 in water as per the severity fix a dose, and along with this use a probiotic in water like Biomin? pro, for 5 or 6 days.The medication for 6 days.
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Many thanks for all the kind and thought provoking comments!
@Prof. Donzele, I agree that other the immune system requirements for other 'non-essential' amino acids should also be considered (as my review was already rather lengthy this was not really covered). This is definitely a topic to investigate further when formulating diets for challenging conditions.
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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