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Diagnosing poultry diseases can be an art. With closed housing systems with strict biosecurity protocols, the visit of the owner and a vet became need-based. Spotting a problem is based on the data collected. On the contrary, the poultry house attendant spends more time with the birds. A dedicated attendant can spot the disease much earlier than the owner or the vet. Many poultry diseases/problems ...
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Intestinal welfare is one of the most important and more complex objectives to achieve and maintain in animal production. In commercial production, the gut is under high pressure because of the metabolic effort and challenging agents present, which may favor intestinal imbalances and the reduction of nutrient utilization, decreasing production efficiency. Therefore, a good status of intestinal hea ...
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No common feedstuff is 100% digested. In practice, 10-15% are excreted in faeces without bringing any means to bird requirement and in addition cause potential anti-nutritional effects. Thus, there is no doubt poultry benefits the most from use of exogenous enzymes and is becoming a norm to utilize the undigested parts and to overcome the adverse effects as well. However, the biological reality ...
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Sir, please tell me how much quantity soya doc replace by rice DDGS.
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Every year the marketing age of broilers decreases by an average of 0.75 days for the same performance. This trend is likely to continue in the same direction for the coming years. Nutrition plays a vital role in enabling this improvement. As the feed cost represents an expensive input (~70-80% of broiler production cost), the poultry producer should be aware of the dynamics of the feed in its inf ...
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Ascitis in poultry may be due to 1- bad ventilation 2-high Na in water or feed 3- high protein ration 4- diseases ( IB. CRD. )
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Ascites (or water belly) is a condition of fast growing broiler chickens in which the excess amount of ascitic fluid accumulated in the abdominal cavity. It has become major concern to the poultry industry around the world. This condition is extremely common in high altitude & more particularly during winter / cooler season. Ascites is associated with inadequate supply of oxygen, poor ventila ...
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