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Introductions: Non-starch polysaccharides (NSPs) encapsulated in feed grains' cell walls contain valuable nutrients that may be wasted since some animals' endogenous enzymes cannot digest them. Xylanase feed additives degrade grain cell walls, releasing entrapped nutrients to the animal. The soluble portion of NSPs increase digesta viscosity, slowing the passage of feed through the diges ...
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Diagnosing poultry diseases can be an art. With closed housing systems with strict biosecurity protocols, the visit of the owner and a vet became need-based. Spotting a problem is based on the data collected. On the contrary, the poultry house attendant spends more time with the birds. A dedicated attendant can spot the disease much earlier than the owner or the vet. Many poultry diseases/problems ...
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Soybean meal has long been considered an outstanding source of supplemental protein in diets for livestock and poultry. In fact, soybean meal is sometimes referred to as the "gold standard" because other protein sources are often compared to it. Soybean meal is rich in highly digestible protein, and the protein is composed of a superior blend of amino acids, the building blocks of body protein for ...
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Background Antibiotic Growth Promotors (AGPs) are a group of feed additives widely used to improve animal health and performance. Mode of action is actually still an area of debate, but it is clear we have moved away from a simple model of reduction of pathogens / reduction of microbiota competition with the host animal to one where reduction of inflammation and modulation of immune response ...
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First of all, Thank You very much for detailed discussion, on Bacillus subtilis ,as antibiotic alternative. You told that Bacillus subtilis produce surfactins which can change the surface tension of cell walls of Clostridium species, As both of them are gram +ve bacterias, So how Bacillus cell wall is not affected by these surfactins? What is the mechanism to control gram -ve bacteria populatio ...
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There has been very little success in eradicating the infection from a farm without depopulation and cleaning. So saying, success has been achieved in medicating the breeder layer flock and taking the eggs from these birds and using these to set up a clean flock. We used the equivalent of 500ppm tiamulin hydrogen fumarate in feed for a week as a treatment. The tiamulin also passes into the egg, so ...
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High-shear dry extruded corn and soybeans and the quest for higher growth performance in modern broiler genetics. Feeding young broilers during the first 10 days post-hatch is the new frontier in poultry nutrition. The same holds true for any effort to boost life-time growth performance in modern genetics through nutrition. Research and commercial experience have shown that it is possible to boos ...
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I would like to know if there's any problem if we use antimycoplasmal drug in vaccinated flock ts11 if this result in end the protection of the vaccine and when can I use antibiotic after mg vaccination.
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