Article published the August 10, 2017
This member gave a presentation on June 14, 2017
At the following event:
FIAAP Animal Nutrition Conference 2017
News published on April 21, 2017
Dr. David Akinde will be one of the speakers at the FIAAP Animal Nutrition Conference 2017 that will take place in Cologne, Germany, on June 14th.
Akinde is a feed nutrition service provider and bioengineer who has developed an international career in R&D and feed additives innovation across EMEA feed markets. He has a strong research program on amino acid nutrition and sustainable fe ...
Participation in Forum on August 16, 2016
Dear Ken, thanks for the update. Yes we know that Virginiamycin saves nutrient cost from time. But it is hard to grasp why it has to be used as an incentive to dilute diets at a time when the world is working on the issue of antibiotic resistance, drug residues and consumer acceptance of poultry products.
You actually used it in this study as a growth promoter rather than treat clinical issues, i ...
Participation in Forum on August 12, 2016
Hi Horacio, there is a management dimension Infectious Coryza persists in production areas where hens are not culled on time. So it is important not to keep too old layers or to have birds of different age close by during production. Although the latter measure is difficult for infrastructural reasons, but it is professionally better if we have rearing operations far separated from layer egg seg ...
Participation in Forum on August 9, 2016
Great post Brett and Annsofie! One cannot but agree with your conclusions. Nutritional efficiency has become the rave in our industry. What is also interesting is that the old school approach to formulating to academic energy, protein or amino acid level or even those industry ideal ratios has become untenable under current price and supply turbulences. Thus success today is becoming more defined ...
Participation in Forum on June 3, 2015
in the tropics, especially in areas around Ghana, Cote D'Ivoire, cameroun and Nigeria, this economic problem is normally associated with new castle disease and or to immunosuppression associated with subclinical mycotoxicosis. So a way out is to apply your NCDV or go for a more potent anti-toxin additive or reduce the level of byproduct feedstuffs in your formula. It also helps to ensure ...
Participation in Forum on August 19, 2014
Thanks for your contribution.As a preamble, glycine is more than protein synthesis. This amino acid is involved in many physiological systems cutting across gut and immune health, digestive physiology, bone and cartilage formation, blood synthesis, bile accretion. Collagen is used alongside P and Ca in bone matrixes. While the significance of glycine is that it constitutes about 30% of native amin ...
Video published on July 4, 2014
Dr. Olayinka Akinde, enterprise nutritionist and feed additive specialist from Fusion Biosystems, Germany speaks about his company and about his presentation at the European Poultry Conference 2014.
Photo posted on May 21, 2014
R&D broiler studies