Ghorbanali ( Amirali ) Sadeghi
Professor, Animal Nutritionist
Feed formulator and consultant for feed mill Co., integration and large poultry farms
Professor, Animal Nutritionist
Article published the March 7, 2022
IntroductionEucalyptus is a medicinal plant that belongs to Myrtaceae family, originated in Australia but found worldwide, especially in tropical and subtropical regions (Salari et al., 2006). In humans, eucalyptus leaf is used to reduce nasal congestion in common cold during cold winter months (Sadlon and Lamson, 2010). Eucalyptol (1,8-cineole) is a terpene oxide and major constituent (more than ...
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Discussion created on August 13, 2021
Now-a-days there are prevalence of FAdv serotype 4 in some countries as hepatitis hydropricqrdium syndrome (HHS). What changes we can do in feed formulation to decrease its detrimental effects in broiler farms?
Article published the February 10, 2020
IntroductionBody weight gains of broiler chickens have been improved substantially during the last decades. Consequently, modern broiler chicks are able to increase their weight approximately 50 fold within 40 days of hatching (Noy & Sklan, 1998; Sklan, 2003). It has been shown that relying solely on residual yolk as a nutrient source in the first 24 - 72 h would appear to waste valuable resou ...
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Participation in Forum on July 28, 2019
Very good and informative presentation.
Participation in Forum on May 13, 2019
Stephen Adejoro Dr hello, may i know more about Dr Adejoro idea?
Participation in Forum on July 11, 2018
Dear Dr. Czarick Thank you very much for your presentation. I have 2 questions for you.1- In a region with hot summer and cold winter, which methods of ventilation will be correct. As we need minimum ventilation in cold weather and tunnel ventilation in summer.2- In a region with hot and humid summer, what kind of ventilation could help us?Best RegardsAli
Participation in Forum on June 13, 2018
The time of offering the feed to bird is also important. As the heat production from feed digestion and metabolism will reach the maximum level 3.5 to 4 hours after feed consumption, it will be better don't offer the feed to birds 4 hours before environmental maximum temperature. Using darkness during the hotest hours of day also could help.
Participation in Forum on May 10, 2018
Hello Could we have access to course materials when you finished the course?
Participation in Forum on August 22, 2012
thank you very much. very good and informative article
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