Article published the December 23, 2019
Poultry production has experienced a lot of remarkable growth within the past forty years, but there are still some problems confronting the industry, one of which is the high cost of feed materials. Recent data have shown that feed cost constitutes about 70-75% of the total cost of production, this could be basically attributed to the stiff competition between humans and animals for ...
Participation in Forum on November 6, 2019
I taught 20000 ppb is the permissible range? Do mycotoxins really cause Cancer
Participation in Forum on August 30, 2019
Ability to prevent most of these pathogens will reduce mortality and cost of production. Thanks for the vital information.
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Article published the December 3, 2018
The use of antibiotics growth promoter at sub-therapeutic level (AGPs) has been practiced in the poultry industry since 1946, but recent research has proven that its continuous use can cause bacteria resistance and possible transmission of the antibiotic residues into the food chain (Kristy Kemmett., 2015; Sanjyal and Sapkota., 2011). Because of food safety concerns, there has been a ...
Participation in Forum on October 31, 2018
Phytase is very a important enzyme that I have incorporated in broiler feeds and I got a very good result.
Article published the October 10, 2018
Modern livestock production is faced with the challenges of producing high quality animal protein at low prices; there has also been an increase in the prices of conventional protein feedstuffs due to competition among ingredients used in the manufacture of animal feed. There is consequently a great need for alternatives that can supply in high demand for such ingredients, in particu ...
Article published the September 3, 2018
Shear tree, a member of the family Sapotaceae, is native to Africa. The tree is found in semi arid areas north of the humid forest zone and it can attain a height of 15 to22m and the trunk diameter varies from 0.5 – 1m (Fernande et al, 2014), Bark conspicuously thick, corky, horizontally and longitudinally deeply fissured; protects older trees against bush fires. It has an exte ...
Participation in Forum on July 3, 2018