Clara Berger
The Company Working at the crossroads of nutrition and health we are committed to delivering future evidence-based solutions that enhance animal health and performance, including : Improvements in digestibility and bioavailability, for better feed efficacy and performance. Cost-effec...
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Over the past decades, the use of therapeutic inclusions of zinc oxide in diets has been used to reduce the negative impact of the weaning process on the performance of piglets. Its effectiveness on diarrhoea reduction has led to an enormous increase in consumption of zinc oxide in pig nutrition worldwide. More and more countries around the globe are concerned about the negative impact of zinc oxi ...
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Advanced nutritional feed strategies will play an ever-increasing role in enabling poultry producers to transition away from widespread antibiotic use. Phileo’s comprehensive post-antibiotic program provides the nutritional tools in the form of Safmannan® and Selsaf® to both combat the negative effects of variable quality feed and the stress associated with the st ...
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The need to reduce heat stress and oxidative stress in poultry is crucial to maintain bird performance and optimal margins for farmers. Phileo’s experts discuss how to mitigates the detrimental effects of heat stress using premium quality yeast cell walls. J
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It is now possible to train the first line of defence system of animals. This will not only help to be better protected against diseases, it also creates a stronger and better vaccine response. This immune training can be done with beta-glucans from yeast. What are the benefits for pigs?We are more familiar with the importance of, and terminology around, immunity than ever. During the global Covid ...
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Yeast cell wall (YCW) fractions have proven effective in reducing the incidence of necrotic enteritis induced by Clostridium perfringens. Dietary supplementation with YCWs stimulates the systemic innate immune responses of broiler chickens, suggesting the role of these products in regulating immune homeostasis (Alizadeh et al., 2016). In a proposed mode of action of YCW on bacteria, the branched l ...
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More than 85-90% of the forage’s fiber could be degraded in a well working rumen.The forage fiber characteristics represent the key point to improve feed efficiency, considering their effects on diet digestibility, dry matter intake and ruminal fermentation pattern control.The fiber “entity”The original neutral detergent fiber (NDF) determination changed during the time; up to da ...
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Feeding the world’s population during this challenging period will require to improve feed efficiency and fiber degradation to benefit global food production.Phileo by Lesaffre wishes to assist customers during this time by offering a knowledge framework to help address current and future ruminant demands. This includes focusing on the proven capacity of Actisaf® Sc 47, a premium yeast p ...
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In a farming environment, the homeostasis of aquatic animals can be disrupted by several factors, such as water quality, stocking density, diet, sanitary status, pollution, and contaminants, etc. Sub-optimal conditions, depending on their intensity and duration, can result in acute or chronic stress. Prominent negative outcomes in stressed animals include a change of behaviour, impaired zootechnic ...
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Disease management and prevention has become one of the top priorities for the aquaculture industry. This is due partly to economic losses, caused by disrupted production, and partly to sustainability issues and increased pressure to reduce the use of antibiotics and chemicals. The risks associated with drug resistant pathogens, environmental impacts, and  consumer perceptions of antibiotic r ...
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Lack of adequate controls or decontamination procedures render many breeding chicken flocks susceptible to avian salmonellosis, either from contaminated environments or between birds and their young within the flock. Salmonella Pullorum (S. Pullorum), causing pullorum disease, and Salmonella Gallinarum (S. Gallinarum), causing fowl typhoid, are two major salmonellosis diseases that can seriously i ...
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