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Participation in Forum on December 6, 2019
A lot of research is needed to nourish the animals for maintenance, growth, production and reproduction to strengthen the immune system. The nutritional requirements provided by genetic houses do not contemplate the challenges of pathogens and heat stress.
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Participation in Forum on October 16, 2019
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Participation in Forum on October 16, 2019
Amin, as an example, when I do a consulting to a poultry or swine company, before designing the diets by productive stages, I evaluate the challenge that it has: viral, bacterial, fungal (mycotoxin) or parasitic (coccidia, tapeworm or worm), then evaluate the low, medium or high challenge level, then increase the nutritional requirements recommended by the genetic house in a range of 0 to 5% or gr ...
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Article published the October 15, 2019
Outbreaks of avian and swine influenza, as well as African swine fever in Asia, are forcing scientists to reevaluate and redirect their research towards a stronger strengthening of the immune system through nutrition. Immunonutrition is the study of the relationship between food and the immune system. It evolved with the study of immunodeficiencies caused by malnutrition, human immunodeficiency ...
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Participation in Forum on October 13, 2019
Dear Dr. Rose, in my opinion, the nutritional requirements reported by genetic companies are for healthy and stress-free animals and the ideal protein profile may vary in the order of limiting amino acids, for example, an animal challenged with enteritis may have a higher threonine requirement. For the main component of the intestinal mucosa and a viral disease can increase the needs of arginine, ...
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Interesting. It seems perfectly logical to me that if you change the substrate flow into the caudal gut (by increasing the rate of digestion of e.g. starch and protein or altering the solubility or tertiary structure of NSP) the microbiome will rapidly adapt to this new ecology and reorient itself accordingly. However, I find it a little difficult to accept that the major mechanism of a xylanase o ...
Article published the November 9, 2017
The livestock sector is responsible for providing healthy food to society and ensuring their health. Production is changing parameters and values of productive performance due to the obligation to replace the therapeutic approach with a more holistic approach in which good nutrition is necessary to eliminate those practices that are increasingly questioned. In animal nutrition, the holistic ap ...
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Discussion created on March 28, 2017
The nutritional quality of soybean meal is determined by several factors, one of these thermal treatments are performed during processing and producing the inactivation of toxic and / or soy antinutrients. There are several anti-nutritional factors that limit absorption a number of nutrients, reducing by more than 50% its nutritional value and carry negative digestive effects. Some of these factor ...
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Discussion created on May 6, 2016
Broilers and piglets 0-21 days of age have not matured their enzyme system, it is important to apply exogenous enzymes to improve the digestibility of the food, a cocktail of enzymes for example: -Amylase -Protease -Lipase -Xylanase -phytase -Suplentada a probiotic or prebiotic Some companies that manufacture additives should be interested in the elaboration of enzymatic cocktail.
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Participation in Forum on August 4, 2015
Prolapse can be corrected:   applying pelleted feed at the stage of growth and monitoring the growth curve. We must ensure that the pullets have the optimal weight at first light stimulation. Please contact me for more information joaquinp17@gmail.com
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