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Article published the October 19, 2012
Introduction Antibiotics have been used for decades in broiler chicken production for their gut microflora regulation effect, resulting in growth promotion. Governments and consumers are more and more aware of damageable consequences of in routine use of antibiotics and as a consequence, there is a growing need for farmers to find alternatives without loosing profitability. In this context, a pat ...
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Article published the October 15, 2012
Introduction With the increase of microbes resistance, the use of antibiotics as growth promoters is decreasing worldwide. As a consequence, there is a need for alternative products able to maintain production performances without antibiotics. In this context, a trial was conducted on laying hens to evaluate the effects of a patented activated clay (B-Safe).  Material and methods   ...
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Participation in Forum on September 26, 2012
Hola Juan José buenos días. En relacion a tus preguntas te informo que: Por el momento no tenemos distribuidor en el Estado de Sonora pero no tenemos ningun problema para enviarte las cantidades y productos que necesites, de hecho ahora mismo estamos en negociaciones con algunas empresas en el Estado de Sonora para nombrar distrbuidor en ese Estado, pero te repito no tenemos ningun problema ...
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Participation in Forum on September 26, 2012
Hola Juan Jose, Thanks for your e mail. We have representative of Neovia´s Mycotoxin in Mexico and the product T5X premium is registered and available there. I'll ask our people there to contact you asap to give you information about the product. Cordialmente Danièle
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Article published the August 13, 2012
The gut microflora is part of the digestive system and influences FCR and the economic performance of broilers. It is, therefore, very important to investigate its composition to better understand if and how we may positively influence it.According to different authors, we only know 10-25% of total poultry gut microflora. Indeed all micro-organisms have not yet been identified by co ...
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Article published the July 30, 2012
Contrary to common belief, aflatoxins are still present in many feed components and by-products worldwide. A number of companies claim that their products efficiently minimise this animal and public health risk by mycotoxin binding. A new tool using ducklings as testing animals allows evaluation of mycotoxin binders in ‘real-life’ conditions. This highly reproducible model allows the c ...
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Article published the October 20, 2011
Introduction Mycotoxins are substances produced by molds, that have a toxic effect on animals, decreasing their performance and even causing death. Molds are broadly distributed throughout the world, also contaminating feed grains. In order to reduce the negative effects of mycotoxins on animals, mycotoxin-adsorbing feed additives are used. Such products have different neutralization abilities. ...
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Article published the October 20, 2011
Introduction The presence of mycotoxins in feed grains is rious for both broilers and broiler performance. In order to reduce the negative effects of mycotoxins in animals, mycotoxin-adsorbing additives with different neutralization abilities are used. The purpose of this study was to determine the in vitro aflatoxin-adsorbing ability of T5X SD in broilers. Materials and Methods The study was ...
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Article published the May 31, 2011
Introduction and objective The ban or more limited utilization of antibiotics growth promoters in many countries has reduced the tools to control gut microflora. In this context, a synthetic ion exchanged clay under a patented process (B-Safe), was developed and is proposed as an alternative to antibiotics to help in the gut microflora management. In vitro and in vivo trials were c ...
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Article published the April 11, 2011
INTRODUCTION Aflatoxins are fungal secondary metabolites produced by certain Aspergillus species, among which aflatoxin B1 is the most harmful, as well as the most potent of the naturally occurring mycotoxins. Aflatoxins are highly toxic to humans and animals, like broilers (JONES & al 1982) and turkeys (RAUBER & al. 2007). They cause a variety of effects, including poor performance, liv ...
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