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The global trend away from the use of antimicrobials in many poultry production systems and rapid advances in the understanding of the chicken gut microbiome are changing the way the industry looks at the microbiome, as a functional organ that performs essential functions in the birds. The chicken gut microbiome contains more genetic potential than the chicken itself and produces thousands of meta ...
Participation in Forum on November 7, 2020
Congratulations Doug!
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SAINT CHARLES, MO (21 July 2020) – Annually, Novus International, Inc. presents a top researcher educator with high honors during a banquet at the Poultry Science Association (PSA) Annual Meeting. With concerns about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the PSA meeting has moved online this week and the Novus Outstanding Teaching Award was presented via mail instead of in person to Douglas Korv ...
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Park W. Waldroup Dr. Waldroup, this discussion has been in the industry for decades, and you have actively participated with a lot of data over the years. So, I think that a little bit of history and actual data may help to illustrate, or better, illustrate again what you have done in reference to formulating to the least cost per balance calorie. At the 1995 Maryland Nutrition Conference (yes, 19 ...
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To make it clear, in my experience, the best cost per gain is obtained by formulating for least cost per balanced calorie. This has been demonstrated a number of times in scientific literature and my experience in formulating diets for some of the leading broiler and turkey producers have borne this out. If you want to see it in action look at the drastic drop in dietary energy levels (and levels ...
Participation in Forum on October 21, 2020
Nelson Ruiz thank You so much for a very comprehensive explanations Dr. Ruiz
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Over the last two decades, several types of gut health supporting additives have been shown to have at least the potential to improve gut health and animal performance and as such, to be applied as alternatives to antibiotics. Initial research on these products was largely focused on their direct ‘antimicrobial’ effect, as it was tempting to hypothesize that any successful alternative ...
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Trypsin inhibitors (TI) and urease activity (UA) are the two most relevant quality measurements for soybean products as feed ingredients for animals. TI were reported to be correlated with UA, so feed processing plants use UA as an indicator of TI in soybean meal (SBM). The objectives of this study were to determine the levels of TI and UA in 414 SBM samples from 19 different countries in 5 world ...
Video published on April 4, 2019
Glenn Alfred Ferriol, Regional Category Manager for Mycotoxin Management APAC & Indian Sub-Continent, describes the main characteristics of the package of solutions and products to combat mycotoxins in the region, during VIV Asia 2019
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Damer Blake (Royal Veterinary College) discussed interactions with the parasite Eimeria, during the 1st PoultryUniverse Coccidiosis Congress in Curitiba, Brazil.
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