Kapil Manwal
masters in animal nutrition
had worked in the poultry industry for more than 26 years i am poultry nutritionist with lot of expereince in chicken farming associated with more than 23 greenfield projects for feedmill set up many
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Kapil Manwal likes this technical article:
The feeding program for poultry has a major influence on profitability as feed cost accounts for up to 75% of production cost. Conventionally, it is assumed that requirements are either listed in tables or breeder nutrition guides. The Requirement Approach stems from the broken line, which is a simplification of bird response and implies that at different levels of energy or nutrients, efficiency ...
Participation in Forum on August 10, 2020
Wijaya Saputra treat the birds with tiamutin @50 mg per kg body weight for two days followed by every 21 days for two times and once it lower down than every thirty days if you can combine with CTC it would be better
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Copper (Cu) has been widely used at pharmacological levels (e.g., 125 ppm) as growth promoter in poultry. However, the mechanism by which high levels of Cu promote growth remains to be determined. It is commonly recognized that Cu exerts anti-microbial effect in the gut but there is not much direct and consistent data showing that Cu alters the population of bacterial species in birds. And copper ...
Participation in Forum on August 3, 2020
Very nice work it is to get microflora of the chicks in hatchery, which is a good idea and would help in developing correct microflora for chicken. It is nice work.
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Participation in Forum on August 3, 2020
I like the article very much, it follows simple theory: chicks are like small kids and the first few hours, first two days, are very important in its life cycle in which their behavior is decided out of which eating and drinking behavior is more important. This would decide about the flock uniformity and the growth pattern of the flock.
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Getting chicks on to feed and water as quickly as possible after arrival on a farm has long been recognized as the key to maximizing overall performance. If provided the ideal environmental conditions and plenty of feed and water, chick weights should increase by roughly 50% during the first 48 hours compared to only 2% over the last 48 hours of the flock! Quite simply, the less time it takes chic ...
Participation in Forum on August 3, 2020
Dietary fibre is important and yes, I like the article, but one point needs to add which type of fibre is also important. And yes, fiber helps in modulation of intestinal microbiota and good fibre like sunflower meal fibre helps in the reduction of pathogens. Fibre is important for feeding microbiota it may not have any nutritive value, but plays an important role in the gut.
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Dr. Vijay Swami as I know protease doesn't show negative results in higher dose. But the negative is that it doesn't show positive results if protein/AA in feed are high; simply not substrate/space to improve.
Participation in Forum on May 18, 2020
Badal Singh yes for good probiotics there are certain things- what is source it should reliable- its mode of action and should act on gut- if probiotic it should be live spores so better check what is its recovery on pelleting temp.
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Participation in Forum on May 14, 2020
Dr. Vijay Swami Good point what I had shared is my practical experience and yes, I am not scientist but an simple chicken man.
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