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Congratulations to the team. This is indeed an excellent paper and demonstrates clearly how difficult it is to obtain optimum performance in broilers with diets low in crude protein. The only remark I would do is the lack of information on Gly+Ser levels. Including these two amino acids in the ones that had their minimum level (or ratio to lysine) guaranteed might have produced somewhat better res ...
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Youssef Attia Hello doctorThe conditions of the laboratory for the simulation of tropical regions in the country, such as the southern regions of Iran, are Bushehria, Kerman. The temperature rises to 42 degrees in the summer. The aim of the study was to investigate the changes in glucose supplements and glucose levels in broiler chicks in these areas. It is true that the effects of blood factors h ...
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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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Dr. Beny Perelman very informative. Thanks
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Yuvraj Panth Broilers and layers of any age are infected by mycoplasma. Now vaccines are available but not very effective unless you maintained proper hygiene and biosecurity. Explosion of disease can be prevented using Tylosin, Tilmicosin and Tiamutin or many other compounds.
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Thank you for vaccine-related information.I have few queries related to MG:1) It is said that the broilers are not infected with MG, or the signs of MG infection are not seen, what do you say about it?2) To prevent MG infection, preventive doses of Tylosin are used even in broilers, what do you comment upon this?3) What about preventing MG in layers? Does only vaccination prevent?Thank you.
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Dear Paul Wagura, In MG positive flocks, Timycosin is reducing the clinical signs and lesions but flock remain positive on testing due to the presence of antibodies against MG in the blood. It means that Tilmycosin can not control the carriers.
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