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Hi, Sir.I have a doubt, Sir, is any Ayurvet medicine there to increase fertility in broiler breeders? Look forward to your reply. Regards,B.Priyanka B.Tech (POULTRY PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY)
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Md. Abdullah Ansari Dear sir, Organic acids can indeed regulate gut's pH, but their real effect is more due to the following: Organic acids, in their un-dissociated form, penetrate the microbial cell wall. Due to the high intracellular pH, a large portion of the organic acids will dissociate and release their hydrogen ion (H+) leading to acidification of the cell content. Getting rid of these H+ ...
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I think this is a very helpful contribution to our understanding of mycotoxicoses in pigs. Despite the limitations of this type of meta-analysis, it is very interesting to see the quantitative differences in feed intake and weight gain of pigs comparing individual and multiple co-contaminant challenges. This certainly helps us understand the increased severity of response when pigs are fed natural ...
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Excellent article. But on the slaughterhouse, many times I find bilis in the gizzard, after 8 hours of withdrawal, but I find too dry faecal in the gross intestine. The quality of feed pellet will can to interfere in the time of to drain out of the intestines?
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A pleasure to hear you, my friend, on a subject of importance to all. It's a pity that the plates do not look good in the recording and you lose a little of the idea you're presenting.
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Roberto Ricagno, you bring up a very relevant point with the target weights. What I tend to see is that the smaller birds in your population suffer the most from insufficient access to feed (as a result of competition, energetic inefficiency, poor uniformity etc), while the larger birds in the population are less negatively affected. Our work on breeders in the 90's would have been on strains with ...
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Dear Badal Singh,Generally, the choice of probiotic species depends on the production type.In broilers, most of the time, the feed is pelleted and the high temperature kills most of vegetative forms of probiotic bacteria. it is why sporulated bacillus are mostly used in such a production: Bacillus subtilis, Bacillus licheniformis, etc...They are resistant to feed pelletization process.These strain ...
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Microsaf®, a multi-species bacteria probiotic, will be officially launched by Phileo Lesaffre Animal Care in Atlanta (Feb 12-15, 2019) during IPPE 2019, giving poultry professionals an exciting new route to improved feed efficiency, gut health and growth performance. Marcq-en-Baroeul, France (February 7, 2019). The new probiotic is based on a unique combination of three proprietary strains ...
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These are very important and alarming results, that not all types of enzymes can improve the feed conversion or body gain in all periods of broiler life, and not all of them can give the same effects in different types of raw materials so we have to be very careful in formulating or reformulating the diets, which have multienzyme products, and we have to applicate the matrix value of each enzyme i ...
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Most flaking mills designed for steam flaking grain will include scraper blades (sometimes referred to as doctor blades) that will continuously clean the surface of the rolls and prevent material from sticking. Properly conditioned corn will be sticky and normally requires a properly functioning scraper blade to keep the roll surface clean. Tempering prior to steam conditioning can be a very use ...
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