Article published the April 9, 2019
An experimental direct-fed microbial (DFM) was evaluated in a dose- response trial to determine broiler live performance to 42 d with Coccivac® B at placement (d 0), used litter on d 4, and toxin-producing Clostridium perfringens (Cp) challenges on d 17-18 (by oral gavage and via water trough daily). There were 8 dietary treatment groups with 10 replicate pens of 30 chicks each per t ...
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News published on January 28, 2019
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Hi. The text in the broiler breeder section is correct. What's missing [actually there but difficult to read in the colored section] is the Conclusion section. So it is included here:
Conclusion. Spores of B.s. subtilis C-3102 have proven useful in the diets of laying hens to improve egg shell thickness or breaking strength and to increase brown egg color score of brown-egg strains compared to ...
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Article published the August 30, 2007
Bacillus subtilis C-3102 spores are receiving increased attention as dietary direct-fed microbial (probiotic) performance enhancers for laying hens and breeders because as a feed supplement they typically are effective for improving egg shell thickness and brown egg shell color (in brown-egg strains), have high survivability through steam pelleting, and are economical (B.s. C-3102; CALSPORIN®, Cal ...
Article published the July 16, 2007
Bacillus spores are emerging as a leading class of dietary direct-fed microbial (probiotic) performance enhancers for broiler chickens and turkeys, when antibiotics are removed, because they typically are effective, have high survivability through steam pelleting, and are economical.Bacillus subtilis C-3102 spores (B.s. C-3102; CALSPORIN®, Calpis Co. Ltd, Tokyo, Japan) were selected from screening ...
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