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Introduction Quality forage resources as grasslands, fruit juice industry with a cultivated forage crops pulp residue are of great importance for Turkey. The share of total arable area of livestock feed crops sowing areas of advanced countries is 10%, but, it is, unfortunately, just 3.5% in Turkey. Rich pulp in terms of a significant amount of the water released as waste material in Turkey cannot ...
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by Sam Shafer Researchers from Egypt and Saudi Arabia conducted a study to determine if adding eucalyptus (EL) powder as a dietary supplementation would have an effect on productive performance and immune response in two varieties of Japanese quail. Poultry Farmers have turned some of their attention towards natural feed additives to improve productive performance and enhance the health status o ...
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Most of our customer relationships begin with a unique application challenge, and this case was no exception. An internist at a Midwestern medical hospital contacted us to discuss how our technology might be applied to reduce the use of antibiotics in monogastric animals; his concept was to deliver a blend of organic acids into the intestines to target harmful bacteria instead – essentially ...
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Introduction: Modern egg production sometimes imposes stressful breeding conditions for animals. Sensorial pleasure allows the release some neuro-hormones like dopamine or endorphins which have anti-stress properties (ESCH, 2004). Birds were traditionally thought to have a very poor sense of smell, but since 1999 confirmed in 2004, the chicken genome sequence has revealed a number of olfactive rec ...
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When we talk about Yeast Cell Wall (YCW) and its benefits to mitigate heat stress, It's important to consider a YCW source that originates most as possible indigestible fibers (MOS and B-Glucans), as what we look for it's a YCW that is able to reach the intestine without being digested on the way through. Otherwise, we will have those sugars digested in the rumen and no effect as expected. We can ...
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It must be kept in mind that YCW solutions like Safmannan, will have a much broader and more efficacious effect. Safmannan is able to bind pathogenic bacteria and will thus control the growth of opportunistic bacteria. Additionally, it will assist in the preservation of the tight junction integrity and in that way control bacterial translocation and gut inflammation. The control of gut inflam ...
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Farmers should study the direct effect of betaine, in reducing stress under heat stress condition, there are few types of betaine, it seems that the natural source is more efficient.
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Heat stress pathophysiology As birds are homeothermic animals, they are able to maintain a relatively constant body temperature by balancing the production and dissipation of heat within their body. The maintenance of a constant body temperature is regulated by thyroid hormones of which the concentration is regulated by the hypothalamus – pituitary – thyroid axis (HPT) of the neuroe ...
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Introduction Economic impact of oxidative stress on the profitability of dairy cows and calves: In the most simplistic terms, the body (humans and animals) could be compared to a medium in which millions of chemical reactions take place with the support of food energy. These reactions are the basis of life without which life will cease to exist. Thus, the body could simply be called the fire of ...
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This is an excellent article! We see the growth in acidifiers even more dynamic. Both applications as feed preservative and feed additive have been growing very fast for the last few years. This growth is expected to accelerate due to a rising demand in quantity and quality of meat.
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