Maqsood Jaffery
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Render technical services to commercial layer farms particularly in cage layer farming ( House designing, ventilation, veterinary cover, Nutrition,and farm management)
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Participation in Forum on July 6, 2021
Ben Letor Thanks Dear, My email is please.
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Mike Czarick (University of Georgia) explained the best method to get accurate measurements, during IPPE 2020 in Atlanta, USA.
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Dr.Waseem Talib I understand your concern about horizontal transmission of F strain to unvaccinated flocks. But there are some important points that should be noted when and why using a vaccine with a live sample of Mycoplasma gallisepticum. On the sanitary conditions of most commercial egg production farms in Latin America, Africa and Asia: 1) There is no use of the "all in - all out" concep ...
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As per my experience with commercial layer, after using F. Strain, MG remains on farm and transfer to other killed vaccinated flocks in that territory, it causes exposure for other flocks resulting in losses. If all the flocks in same territory are F. Strain vaccinated then its exposure makes the strong shield against MG and helpful for protection. But if any one flock is vaccinated with F. Strain ...
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USPOULTRY and the USPOULTRY Foundation announce the completion of a funded research project at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, in which the role dietary calcium plays in necrotic enteritis (NE) development and pathogenesis was examined. The research was made possible in part by an endowing Foundation gift from the Sanderson Farms and is part of the Association’s comprehen ...
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The following are comments on your interesting paper on rapid feed passage. Just for practical purposes and to make the discussion easier we always define what is rapid feed passage before we talk about it to be sure we are talking about the same issue: "Rapid feed passage is defined here as the condition in which broiler droppings lose their normal shape and consistency, do not display the charac ...
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Dear Mr. Hutter: Thank you for your comments. Here is in brief my response: 1- Yes indeed, rapid feed passage is observed mostly around 21 days of age and older in broilers depending on the actual concentration of trypsin inhibitors in the feed. Those trypsin inhibitors in the feed are derived either from soybean meal, or full-fat soybeans or both. However, in our experience, in several markets im ...
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Extracted from an article: I feel this is most probable cause for rapid feed passage syndrome", Please go through Since the 1990s the poultry industry (particularly outside the United States) has faced a syndrome called the "rapid feed passage syndrome", which is correlated with residual trypsin inhibitor content of specific lots of commercial SBM (Ruiz and Belalcázar, 2005). Rapid feed passage ...
Participation in Forum on September 16, 2020
Beautiful elaboration of role of microbiome, gut health in relationship to general health in all sorts
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Yes, mycotoxins interfere with normal matabolism of Vitamin D. However, mycotoxins interaction with vitamin D is important. It is the level of mycotoxin in feed which is important that interacts with the vitamin D. What level of mycotoxin in feed disrupts the vitamin D metabolism, which has not been researched extensively so far. Therefore, the mycotoxin- vitamin D interaction is inconclusive. Dr. ...
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