Ahmed Hamouda
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Poultry disease specialist , farm and project consultant , quality assurance chief editor for poultry production companies. Poultry disease diagnosis trainer Quality assurance trainer
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Participation in Forum on August 15, 2020
Melina Aparecida Bonato send more about salmonella and immunity
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PHILIP QUINN ImmunoWall is derived from the process of sugar cane fermentation in ethanol production, and is made up of around 35% ß-glucans (1,3 and 1,6) and 20% Mannan-Oligosaccharides (MOS). ß-glucans are recognised for their phagocytic cells, encouraging them to produce cytokines which will initiate a chain reaction to induce immunomodulation and enhance the responsiveness of the innate immun ...
Participation in Forum on January 4, 2020
Rapid whole blood agglutination test for salmonella is very important as it is immune suppressive infection causing vaccination failure and immune inefficiency against most viral diseases.
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Fortunately, I have not seen this disease in the breeders for more than 10 years. By doing the vaccination twice with an oil based vaccine, coupled with a good biosecurity, the disease is now under control. But the vaccination should be carefully administered.
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Increase night ventilation as feed consumption is bigger during night hours but oxygen availability is less due to fully packed sheds litterdepth is major reason for ammonia. Due to cost factor, its depth has been reduced as we don't have ac vehicles, chills during transportation and fluctuation in weather first week in brooders promote ascitis.
Participation in Forum on October 4, 2018
Dr.Mobinur Islam DR Can you explain the mode of action of aspirin?
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Strategies to Alleviate the Incidence of Ascites in Broilers are 1. Higher level of Vitamin C, Vitamin E & Se ( 500ppm VitC) 2. Addition of Sodium bicarbonate 1% 3. Addition of 0.2% Aspirin 4. Feed Restriction
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Henk Ghesquiere It is theoretically possible to overdose xylanase but in practice, I think this is unlikely to be a significant issue with most xylanases that are available commercially. Firstly, most commercial xylanases are endo-acting and so do not produce appreciable quantities of free xylose or arabinose (which are known to have a net negative energy value for animals as they are readily abso ...
Participation in Forum on September 28, 2018
Rider Anderson Perez Maldonado Thanks for the explanation
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Hello, just was drawn to the discussion that I found has been interesting.Indeed enzymes are working nearly immediately on a substrate that is constantly consumed by the animal, thus creating a prebiotic effect as an steady stage condition manner. In the case of wheat-based diets using the right enzyme will deliver not only the reduction of gut viscosity but also the continuous manufacturing of VF ...
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Location:Cairo, Al Qahirah, Egypt
Profile: Professional
Professional Title: Professor