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Participation in Forum on September 13, 2022
Mike Tokach good to know!
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The impact of SMB on detoxifiation of DON is greater when heat treatment is applied; however, we have several experiments that show the benefit of SMB in diets with DON in mash diets. Some sulfination of the DON still occurs, just not to quite as great of extent.
Participation in Forum on September 7, 2022
My understanding is that SBS needs higher temperatures to be able to detoxify DON. Description does not seem to indicate any thermal processing, which makes me question how SBS might be having any effect here at all.
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Participation in Forum on May 2, 2022
Tendency toward higher ADFI leading to increased G:F suggests that the higher apparent feed intake may have been an artifact of higher feed wastage. Otherwise the increased intake would be expected to improve ADG.I frequently see Capsicum positioned as a way to combat heat stress, but I'm just not convinced. Too many examples like this one where no benefit is seen, or in-fact the opposite is obser ...
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Story by Jillian Ellison Just over one third of the United States egg laying industry currently produces in cage-free environments, while companies pledge to use more ethically sourced ingredients in their production processes. Keeping up with the increasing demand requires changing hen housing facilities. But to maintain production volumes, the hens must be comfortable and content, Darrin Karch ...
Participation in Forum on December 20, 2021
Ing. Dragan Ionut - I'm not Susan, but acidification can be used alone, or along side of chlorine to good effect. Chorine loses a lot of efficacy at higher pH levels, and so acidification to a more neutral pH (6.5 to 7.5) can reduce the cost of your chlorine treatment, while increasing its effectiveness. More aggressive acidification (pH of 4) can be directly anti-microbial and used with or withou ...
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Participation in Forum on December 20, 2021
Abid Ali Yes - higher pH water will dramatically reduce the efficacy of chlorine. It appears to cost more, as you are buying 2 things instead of one, but the savings on chlorine more than offset the cost of the acidifier if you are using a potent enough acid.
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Leo Antony Good level of chlorine=1.5_2ppm Over 3ppm will cause intestinal irritation. Over 5 ppm will leads to diarrhea or loose dropping which is highly undesirable. Always maintain PH between 6.6_6.8 to get best results.regards
Participation in Forum on July 16, 2021
I see problems here: 1. No actual BW or ADG values reported. Just p-values 2. Only a single FCR value reported, but P-values for all intermediate time points Combined, points 1 and 2 suggest that the live animal performance was somehow unflattering. Either all performance was poor, or despite there being no statistically significant differences, the ZnO numerically out performed the MiaTrace pro ...
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Participation in Forum on October 2, 2020
Kevin Watkins - The hardier, spore-forming probiotics (ie bacillus) are generally resistant to acidification of feed or water. The spore form exists to protect them from harsh environments, and that includes normal levels of feed acidification. Similarly, lactic acid producing species are generally more tolerant of a wide pH range due to their own metabolism having the ability to acidify their env ...
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