Sugeesh N Gamlath
B. V. Sc., M. Sc. (Poultry Science & Technology)
Freelance consultant for broiler breeder operations
B. V. Sc., M. Sc. (Poultry Science & Technology)
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This is an excellent presentation on the use of enzymes in monogastric animal. Use of enzymes to obtain optimum performance of monogastric through maximum utilization of available nutrients in feedstuffs cannot be overemphasized. With the present situation of continuous increase in the price of feed, use of alternative feed ingredients hitherto not utilize as feedstuffs must be considered. Use of ...
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Bird performs well within a certain range of environmental temperatures. As the temperature gets higher than the range, the bird falls on stress generally called heat stress. Heat stress is the most significant stressors influencing poultry productivity and causing considerable economic losses in the poultry industry. This induces several negative effects on physiological response of bird. Reducin ...
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1. IntroductionOften a seemingly straightforward aspect of nutrition reveals itself to be, upon closer inspection, not so simple after all. An illustration of such a conundrum is the nutrition of the newly hatched broiler chick. Conceptualizing the different challenges faced by the hatchling and solving them should be remarkably simple, but the difficulty lies in the complexity in the development ...
Participation in Forum on April 10, 2022
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Mark Allen (Lohmann Breeders) explains the urgency of understanding chicken behavior and talks about other current problems, during the Avicolas and Porcinos event in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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  For the modern producer, chronic low-grade intestinal inflammation has a negative impact on the productivity of the operation. Often unseen clinically, but definitely felt economically, it impairs the animals’ ability to absorb nutrients, grow and reach their genetic potential. Dr. Alireza Khadem, R&D Manager in Innovad believes that antibiotics used as growth promoter ...
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Great overview. As mentioned wheat has higher CP content, and one can work with CP levels varying anywhere from 105 to over 190 g/kg which makes reducing CP in diets more difficult whereas corn has a much tighter window. This makes corn more attractive to use but reducing CP in diets can be done successfully in wheat, IF, CP is below 120 g/kg in the grain along with using the proper NSP Enzymes. ...
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Dear, Sandro Cerrate,I fully agree with your statement that the ideal would be to work with different rations respecting the age and body weight of the rooster, this also serves for the female because the maintenance requirement will vary according to body weight and physical activities and in the case of female still producing eggs. However, in practice, this is almost impossible due to problems ...
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Thanks Carlos for sharing your thesis dissertation results. Indeed, your study helped me to analyze the protein and energy requirement. Using your study and other 6 studies showed that protein requirement is linearly related to the age of the roosters. Meaning that at 24 weeks the protein requirement is around 12 g/day and at age 61 weeks 20 grams/day, this equation had a R^2 equal to 0.88. On the ...
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Dear Sandro Cerrate,My name is Carlos Borges I am a Nutritionist and I work with consultancy ( C Borges Consultoria)here in Brazil.My PhD thesis was on “Nutritional Requirements of Protein and Energy for Breeding Roosters in the Production Phase”During the work that was quite long, because we worked with the roosters still in the breeding and before mating and we took the experiment un ...
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Professional Title: B. V. Sc., M. Sc. (Poultry Science & Technology)