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Mohammad Hauque
Animal Husbandry
Quality Control, Research and Development, Feed Formulation, Raw Material Analysis, Nutritional and Quality Data Management and Documentation
Animal Husbandry
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Diego Martínez (University of Arkansas) explains how productive energy is a better predictor of performance, body weight gain, feed conversion and protein accretion, among other factors, in this Engormix interview during IPPE 2024 in Atlanta, USA.
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Hi Everyone. Thanks for addressing the good and the bad about formulating multiple enzymes in the same diet. As a result of the great improvements in Enzymes and other Additives, people like Dr. Frank Ivey with his Broiler Opt, and others who know how to model animals have in effect taken the problem out of the structured Linear Programs that i and others have developed over the last 40 years. And ...
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Very interesting trial. I wonder why the authors didn't analyze the data based on a factorial design with a control diet. Discussion and conclusions would be more simple and direct.
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A roundtable featuring Mike Kogut (USDA), Annelies Kers (Utrecht University), Monika Proszkowiec-Weglarz (USDA) and Tim Johnson (University of Minnesota) starts an open discussion on how to agree on standard procedures for microbiome analysis, during the 11th Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals in St. Louis, USA.
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L-GLYCINE  is used as a ligand to form the chelate.  Glycine has the lowest molecular weight with a high bonding capacity to the mineral.  Glycine has a specific site of absorption (active and passive)  in the intestine compared to Methionine, Cystine etc.  Reaction between Glycine and mineral is complete to yield a specific mineral chelate. As glycine is the ...
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Potassium permanganate, KMnO4 , is a chemical oxidizing agent that will react with any organic matter in a pond including algae, bacteria, fish, particulate and dissolved organic, and organic bottom sediments. It has been used in fish ponds to treat common fish pathogens such as gill parasites and external bacterial and fungal infections. Contrary to some reports, potassium permanganate does not a ...
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Brett Roosendaal (Nutrition Executive at Epol) comments on the different types of enzymes and their benefits when using soybean in animal nutrition, during this Engormix interview.
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Nutrition plays a significant role in animal reproduction and there is always a positive correlation between the two. The influence of nutrition in animal reproduction begins early in the animal’s life as the influence of nutrition in young animals affect the age at which they reach puberty. In mature animals poor nutrition can reduce production of ova and spermatozoa, so that a female eithe ...
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Thanks for this information, interesting, but revealing a lot of questions or request for more detailed information.1) Could you document the synergism between the organic acids and salts you are using in your product? Meaning each time the individual effect at the used level and then the various combinations?2) What is the dosage you recommend and what is the level and concentration you are reach ...
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The organic acids and their salts or simply acidifiers play an important role in gut health in animals. The acidifiers could be used to favourably manipulate the intestinal microbial populations, improve the immune response, and perform a bactericidal activity in countering pathogenic bacteria. Acidifiers also improve the digestibility and absorption of nutrients. However, their effect will not be ...
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Location:Kooringal, New South Wales, Australia
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Professional Title: Animal Husbandry
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