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Participation in Forum on July 22, 2019
Dear Dr. Ruiz! I am very glad on reading your text. It is very clear and you were able to demonstrate your points based on literature review and long experience working in this field. This paper must be saved in all archives that discuss soybean meal quality, to be used, when needed. Thanks for all knowledge shared.
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Participation in Forum on March 19, 2019
I fully agree with Dr. Waldroup's consideration. Let's avoid confusion where it is not there.
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Participation in Forum on July 7, 2018
I totally agree, Mike! Sometimes I see people treating the water with no water analysis.
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Participation in Forum on June 18, 2018
I totaly agree! Water with more than 1000 ppm of TDS can require an amount of acid not practical to adjust the pH. But, as it was said, each case requires analisys of samples of water from the same source in different conditions of the year.
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Participation in Forum on June 18, 2018
Dear All!I reinforce the comment of Dr. Charles Ibe, together with all alternatives used to reduce heat stress effect, we should not forget the water temperature, that usually becomes high at high environmental temperature. When we talk about water temperature, at hot environment cooler the better. How many farms are cooling sistematicaly the water for the broilers?
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Participation in Forum on June 17, 2018
Dear All!Nice comments on water acidification. However, none of the participants suggested the final water pH, after acid treatment, that will be effective. Can we discuss a little about the value that we should expect?
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Participation in Forum on October 6, 2017
Dear All! I understand Dr. Czarick consideration, that is based on experimental results. However, when I am visiting chicken houses, I can see the reaction of chicken when the CO2 is below 1500 pmm and above it. This is the reason that I try to look on that value as reference. If it is not possible to have CO2 below 1500 ppm all the time, I do not know. What I know that is possible to reduce CO2 ...
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Participation in Forum on September 25, 2017
Dear All! I am surprised with some figures suggested, regarding CO2 level at the chicken house. The figures can be that high, in some cases, due to the equipment, that can be not that precise. Otherwise, my CO2 measurements, that I make continuously, show that above 1500 ppm it is too much and the birds start sleeping, gatting lazy. When the minimun ventilation, transiction ventiliation of tunel ...
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Participation in Forum on August 16, 2017
Excellent article and consideration. Yes, this period is the most important period of the life of the chicken. My only consideration is related to the time to start eating (It is important that chicks find feed and water in the first 48 hours). We recommend that the chicken need to start eating and drinking (or vice versa?) as fast as it is possible, after placement. After 24 hours we recommend ch ...
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Introduction Given the fact that the poultry industry has been a main contributor to the U.S. food supply over the past two decades, with an increase from $44.4 billion in value of production in 2013 to $48.3 billion in 2014, the necessity of capitalizing on the production of poultry is evident (1, 2). With the increasing trend to systematically remove sub-therapeutic levels of antibiotics from p ...
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