Article published the August 26, 2019
The intestinal microbiome shapes the gut immune system. In rodents, for example, intestinal colonization by Bifidobacterium infantis or Faecalibacterium prausnitzii stimulates the development of Foxp3+ T regulatory cells (Tregs) and interleukin-10 (IL-10) production, while segmented filamentous bacteria induce proinflammatory T helper 17 (Th17) cell development (Lee and Mazmanian, 20 ...
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David Wicker (Fieldale Farms) discussed vaccination, selected breeder flocks, nutrition, supervision and other aspects of antibiotic-free production, during the Multi-State Poultry Feeding and Nutrition Conference in Indianapolis, USA.
News published on August 5, 2019
Adisseo NCA has selected Ohio State University as a partner for the fifth Poultry Leaders of Tomorrow seminar, an invitation-only educational event for poultry science and veterinary students, which brings together leaders in poultry academia and industry from around the region to discuss prominent industry issues and enable the development of collaborative solutions. The three-day event, to be ...
Article published the July 26, 2019
In the modern intensive production environment, multiple broiler flocks are commonly raised on a single batch of litter where day-old chickens are placed directly on used litter (Volkova et al., 2009). Litter is mainly composed of the bedding materials, feather, manure, the spilled feed and microbiota. Bolan et al. (2010) stated that microbial populations in poultry litter can exceed ...
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Poultry are naturally adapted to hosting a complex gastrointestinal (GI) microbial community with hundreds of bacterial species and up to 1011 CFU per gram of gut contents (1). Benefits conferred by this microbial community (the GI microbiome) include promoting beneficial development of the intestinal mucus layer, epithelial monolayer, and lamina propria (2, 3), excluding pat ...
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