Dr. Sahil Kalia, Ph.D.
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• An applied researcher with expertise in poultry and livestock nutrition. Consulting services in animal nutrition, poultry farming, phytogenic feed additives
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Introduction The growth performance of broiler poultry chickens that reared at cold arid high altitude Himalayas is very poor in spite of stunning progress that has been achieved in broiler poultry industry in India over the last two decades. The reasons for the poor growth performance could be attributed to stressful environmental conditions in this region, which are characterized with hypobaric ...
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There has been significant improvement in the growth performance in broiler poultry industry has been achieved in India over the last twenty years. But in the stressful environmental conditions of high altitude cold desert Himalayas which are depicted with supreme temperature differences (from +35 °C to −35 °C), hypobaric hypoxia, excessive Ultraviolet radiations, very less availabil ...
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Craig Coon (University of Arkansas) shared insights on feed control and management of broiler breeders, during the Latin American Poultry Congress 2017 in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Article published the May 6, 2019
Introduction The growth performance of broiler poultry chickens that reared at cold arid high altitude Himalayas is very poor in spite of stunning progress that has been achieved in broiler poultry industry in India over the last two decades. The reasons for the poor growth performance could be attributed to stressful environmental conditions in this region, which are characterized with hypobaric ...
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Article published the March 18, 2019
The last two decades the broiler industry in India has made a good deal of progress. However, if we compare the growth performance of broiler poultry birds reared at cold, arid high altitude Himalayas with the performance of poultry birds in the rest of the country the picture is very gloomy. The major constraint for this difference in the growth could be attributed to stressful environmental cond ...
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Introduction A common human propensity is to regard all microorganisms as “harmful”, in particular, equating bacteria to pathogenic germs. Nothing could be further from the truth. The number of beneficial bacterial species far exceeds the number of pathogenic species and many of the known bacteria are in fact useful or even indispensable for the continued existence of life on Earth. ...
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Conclusions The dietary inclusion of Bacillus amyloliquefaciens CECT 5940 (Ecobiol®), antibiotic growth promoter (AGP) and their combination significantly: Improved feed conversion in broilers compared to the challenged group without feed additives.  Reduced footpad lesion and C. perfringens in ileum while providing better uniformity, fecal dropping score, carcass and ...
Article published the August 9, 2018
There has been significant improvement in the growth performance in broiler poultry industry has been achieved in India over the last twenty years. But in the stressful environmental conditions of high altitude cold desert Himalayas which are depicted with supreme temperature differences (from +35 °C to −35 °C), hypobaric hypoxia, excessive Ultraviolet radiations, very less availabil ...
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Ascites in poultry chickens
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Location:Mohali, Punjab, India
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Professional Title: PhD
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