Participation in Forum on April 4, 2023
This product having excellent results if flock having viral respiratory related problems. I used this product as a prevention.
Participation in Forum on March 27, 2023
It is a good informative article for poultry rearers. Can cause any lameness in poultry by use of Chemical or Inophore compounds as anticoccidial along with antibiotics?
Participation in Forum on July 31, 2019
This article is very useful for Breeders and guideline to new breeder farmers and new in breeders in poultry industries.
Article published the June 19, 2019
Introduction:Mycotoxins are a diverse group of toxic secondary metabolites produced by certain moulds when they grow on agricultural products. They do not belong to a single class of chemical compounds, and they differ in their toxicological effects.Although several hundred mycotoxins are known, the mycotoxins of most concern, based on their toxicity and occurrence, are aflatoxin, ochratoxin A, tr ...
Article published the April 4, 2019
IntroductionTo achieve good hatchability and chick quality, fertile eggs need careful management from the time they are laid. Environmental conditions during egg collection, egg shell disinfection, transport, pre-storage incubation, storage, pre-warming or during incubation are all important. Inappropriate treatment can result in depressed hatchability, change the pattern of embryo mortality and m ...
Participation in Forum on October 8, 2018
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Article published the January 30, 2012
Management of broiler breeder in poultry industry in India strongly emphasizes the importance of cost control at all levels. Usually in broiler breeder operation, the costs involved is the production of the hatching egg or the day old chick and are important as seen in the perspective of the cost per kg of live bird. In field condition, the greatest attention is usually given to the performance of ...
Article published the October 19, 2011
Rickets can occur in young birds due to insufficient Vitamin D3, calcium and/or phosphorus. Commercial feeds and supplements provide these nutrients, but if they are over-diluted, the birds will not get enough.Birds can synthesize their own Vitamin D, to a certain extent, with exposure to sunlight. A deficiency of any of these nutrients can also lead to problems with egg-laying birds. Egg producti ...
Participation in Forum on October 15, 2011
Sir, It is an informative article about parasites in poultry.
Dr.Suresh F. Nipane suman Hatcheries Ltd., Raipur (C.G.)