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Participation in Forum on August 22, 2022
Dr. Piotr Stanislawski You are right. Enzymes work all the time, but the extent of the effectiveness of enzymes depends upon many factors, briefly said as feed related, animal related and .....factors. For instance, the bird's growth rate has a huge potential to influence the extent of birds response to exogenous enzymes or nutrient composition or ingredient' makeup of the diet. So, the exogenous ...
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Participation in Forum on April 25, 2022
Thanks for this nice article. though, there is no much difference between performance data, but 4 light saving is still a big achievement.
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Article published the March 7, 2022
IntroductionEucalyptus is a medicinal plant that belongs to Myrtaceae family, originated in Australia but found worldwide, especially in tropical and subtropical regions (Salari et al., 2006). In humans, eucalyptus leaf is used to reduce nasal congestion in common cold during cold winter months (Sadlon and Lamson, 2010). Eucalyptol (1,8-cineole) is a terpene oxide and major constituent (more than ...
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Ahmad Karimi likes this technical article:
IntroductionPrecision Animal Nutrition is the effective use of available feed resources in order to maximize the response of animals to nutrients. It is an ideal method to improve the productivity of animals in developing countries in view of inadequate feed resources. The term Precision Animal Nutrition is defined as providing the animal with feed that precisely meets its nutritional requirements ...
Participation in Forum on October 1, 2020
Juarez Donzele though theoretically it could be right, however, mostly it depends upon the growth rate of the birds as it is the case even in most feed additives. Immediate access to feed and water is more important in fast-growing birds than moderate or slow-growing birds.
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Participation in Forum on September 22, 2020
Martin Smith, It is correct, actually, birds with higher growth rates are more sensitive to any restrictions either water, feed, space, etc. but if they have enough time to stay in the barn, for sure they would compensate the lag, partially or totally dependent upon the rate of restrictions.
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Article published the February 10, 2020
IntroductionBody weight gains of broiler chickens have been improved substantially during the last decades. Consequently, modern broiler chicks are able to increase their weight approximately 50 fold within 40 days of hatching (Noy & Sklan, 1998; Sklan, 2003). It has been shown that relying solely on residual yolk as a nutrient source in the first 24 - 72 h would appear to waste valuable resou ...
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Participation in Forum on February 8, 2020
Very good topic, but before accepting this idea generally we have to adopt the idea of synthetic amino acid fortification of diet to compensate for limiting amino acids. though in poultry we have adopted all plant-based diet and it seems very well, but still we need more research to determine why fishmeal based diets perform better than fish meal free diet. Is this related to higher amino acid dig ...
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Participation in Forum on January 9, 2020
Hello there. Based on my personal experience with phytase, beside considering phytase nPP equivalency (the value depend upon phytase origin and level), one should be very careful in considering phytase matrix value (for other nutrients such as amino acid, Ca, etc.) in practical diet formulation.
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Participation in Forum on September 11, 2019
Park W. Waldroup Unfortunately some poultry operations using in-feed antibiotics without considering consumer sensitivity and health (antibiotic residue in carcass, etc). Though I am not personally with total ban on in-feed antibiotics, but it seems that in most countries around the globe, consumers would prefer to use antibiotic-free poultry meat and egg product in very near future. So it would b ...
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