Article published the November 17, 2021
Copper (Cu) is a vital element involved in various physiological and biochemical processes, namely cellular metabolism and enzyme systems. Higher levels of copper than nutritional requirements (up to 250 mg/kg) are supplemented to poultry diets. However, if in excess, excreted Cu can contaminate the environment. High levels of copper sulphate (CuSO4) may damage other dietary nutrients through incr ...
Article published the June 28, 2021
Calcium is an important cation in chicken diets, being the most abundant element in the body of the chicken. Its functions include: mineralization of bones, blood clotting, enzyme activation, neuromuscular function, muscle contraction, and intracellular signaling. However, high dietary Ca is a limiting factor for phytase efficacy and the formation of insoluble Ca-phytate complexes decreases Ca and ...
Article published the March 22, 2021
Copper (Cu) is an essential component involved in a wide variety of biochemical processes. It must be supplemented in the trace mineral premix as the amount present in raw materials is inadequate to meet broiler requirements. At levels higher than nutritional requirements (up to 250 mg/kg), dietary Cu addition enhances growth performance by altering gut microbiota and enhancing nutrient absorption ...
Participation in Forum on October 7, 2020
Audrey McElroy Check out for a literature review we are publishing with World's Poultry Science Journal. We are now doing the proofreading. I have proposed possible research topics in there. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks.
Participation in Forum on October 6, 2020
I find this work very interesting. I have just published a series of papers on this same work in Poultry Science. The overall outcomes are similar to what I found in my work. Can we do something further to this?
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