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The pKa of formic acid is known (3.75 as indicated by someone else). As for how this affects dissociation, that depends on the pH of the surrounding environment. The degree of association/disassociation between the cation and anion is dependent on the pH of the solution. Formic acid added to feed with a pH of 6-7 will completely disassociate. However, once that acidified feed is consumed and fur ...
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Thank you, Olivier, for your comment. about your question adaptation is negligible according to my knowledge.
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Participation in Forum on August 7, 2017
Thank you, sir Akram, for your point can you send me some published data to support your argument because according to my limited knowledge organic acids does work as mold inhibitors.Thanks.my email id isdr.usama391@gmail.com
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Introduction Livestock contribute 55.4% to agriculture and 11.9% to national GDP. Main products of livestock are milk and meat. Meat industries are increasing day by day. In 2013 the meat production has increased from 3232000 tons to 3379000 tons (Anonymous et al. 2013). We can achieve the growing meat demand inside the country and can earn a bit foreign exchange by exporting meat. Fortunately Pa ...
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Dear Colleague Christoph Hutter, you beautifully summed up the whole situation. @Dear Ahmad Anjum, I know not a single salesman who forces his/her clients to buy something. We present our case and nobody is fool here to buy anything without taking into account its benefits. Its a symbiotic relationship and I think you are sightly misplaced in your opinion that management is the only solution. It i ...
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Chicken gut physiology and homoeostasis needs to be respected. Is there any study indicating that a balanced and safe feed that is fed to chicken disturbs gut physiology and changes gut pH to alkaline? Furthermore, to what extent we can play with homoeostasis? In my opinion, we should first learn and practice the art of hygiene (including litter management and water quality) and biosecurity rath ...
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Dear Dr.Nitin, The coating of organic acids helps these acids to pass through unscathed from fore gut and these acids are released in the distal part of small intestine. There still remain the question how effectively the salt has been released. At the same time coated products fail to acidify the diet in upper GIT and thus may have limited or no effect at all on nutrient digestibility especially ...
Participation in Forum on August 3, 2017
Dear Dr. Bedi the organic acids you are using in your product are they free organic acids or glycerides of acids or encapsulated please let me know thanks Whatsapp # +923046803412
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Dear Kevin, there are a lot of product in the market which contains organic acids with probiotics and essential oils. I will look into that detail and let you know if I find anything
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Thanks for the review. Do you have any comments or data regarding the compatibility of organic acids with commonly used in-feed probiotics?
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