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Discussion created on May 25, 2015
Excellent article that confirms a well known phenomena. However (at least to me) it is still not clear if the same thing happens with LAYERS or not, and also, if it also affects digestion and metabolism of other minerals such as zinc amongst others. A comment on this respect is of interest.
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Participation in Forum on April 6, 2015
In agreement with most comments. I would strongly suggest to weigh the dead birds and compare these weight with the regular weekly body weight of the flock. You may find that dead burds are very low weight in comparison. If you can determine total or abdiminal fat of dead birds it may also be revealing. Determine also egg weight and compare to guide. Finally, prolapse is particularly damaging due ...
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Participation in Forum on November 15, 2014
I think it would be definite if we could have a little more expanded and details of use from the people of LA CALLERA the layer farm in peru. Could we? It would be appreciated.
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Participation in Forum on October 30, 2014
Prof Mohammed. Thanks. However the Anhdride Phosphate bond ( As in ATP) does not explain why nucleotides have evolved to perform such distinct functions as in COa, Panthotenic acid, nucleic acids etc. etc. Nucleotides are big molecules but in many cases their activity is due to different specific components. The anhdride bond does not explain their functions with the exception perhaps as in energ ...
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Participation in Forum on October 29, 2014
1. Dietary nucleotides are know considered a "desirable" nutrient in human diets. However there is a limit past which they become Antinutritional factors - as several studies have shown, they may induce ATP depletion in certain cells and their metabolic end products may induce conditions such as gout-. Yeast containing products are very rich sources of nucleotides and there is a recommendation for ...
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Participation in Forum on October 29, 2014
Why is AB Vista phytase superior to other phytases?
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Participation in Forum on September 19, 2014
I am considering the herbal methionine. However the starting point is the knowledge of the methione (or methionine activity compund) content of the product. Same applies to Lysine and Choline. Would you please allow me a techical specification sheet for these products. Thank you. Sergio velez
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Participation in Forum on May 28, 2014
fish as a group present the largest variation in digestive anatomy, physiology and biochemistry amongst most domestic groups of animals. Although tilpaia clearly exhibit a whole range of enzimatic activity - both, of endogenous and exoggebous sources- it is known that they present extremely low stomach pH, to the point that some authors have thought that digestion in them is more acid based than e ...
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Participation in Forum on May 10, 2014
Pardon my insistence Dr. Jasmer: would udderinstilaltion be more effective than drenching? it would seem that the rumen bioma would ver quickly metabolice citrate - i suppose (?) alowing for very Little for the animal as such. Am i wrong? if the installation route is viable ( and desirable)whta would be the dosage ? and aside from sterile physiological saline solution or destilled setrile wáter (? ...
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Participation in Forum on May 9, 2014
Dr. Jasmer: I had never read before on the value of sodium citrate treatment for matistis control. Sodium citrate is perhaps the only known known treatment (besides hydration and calcium intake control) for the prevention of renal stones in humans. A deficiency of blood citrate results in nucleation of calcium phospate and the formation of the stone. Sodium citrate raises urine pH and this apparen ...
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