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Jordon Gruber (DuPont) talked about exposure to bacteria and the different factors involved, during the 8th Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals in St. Louis, USA.
Participation in Forum on November 19, 2019
Enteritis causes inflammation of epithelial cells causing the immune system to consume a lot of nutrients to deal with inflammation, reducing the amount of nutrients for muscle growth. A stressed gastrointestinal will cause stress that activates the immune system. This will lead to stunted growth and loss of weight and high mortality and costs in managing the condition.
Participation in Forum on October 29, 2019
Gut health is very important in animal health and production.
Participation in Forum on August 10, 2019
High salt in the feed can promote loose droppings, so there is need to investigate and find out the cause. Feed contamination with molds or rancid feed can cause loose droppings besides bacterial, viral and other infections of the GI.
Participation in Forum on August 8, 2019
Antibiotic resistance is becoming a major challenge in humans and animals so the approach should be one health approach and reduce extra labels. Use of evidence-based medicine where there is research and testing is the only way to stop the spread of resistance.
Participation in Forum on March 6, 2019
Weights and feed are very important. Underweight birds may produce eggs that big as a result of overfeeding leading to large eggs that cause prolapse. Early photo stimulation can cause that again. Manage your weights as well as the nutrition content of the feed, that is protein and energy, they have a big effect on prolapse problems.
Participation in Forum on September 21, 2018
They are a good source of brain cells and DNA and RNA regeneration. Immune system will be strong to fight infection. They prime the cell-mediated immunity to be strong.
Participation in Forum on June 5, 2018
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Participation in Forum on October 20, 2017
When chicks are hatched they are clean from any bacterial, viral, protozoa and free of Co2 and ammonia. It is only when they are exposed to the environment, which is contaminated, that you see them developing problems of diseases, metabolic problems and nutritional problems. So it is important to hatch in a clean, disease-free hatchery, packed in clean boxes, transported to the farm in c ...
Participation in Forum on June 27, 2017
Biosecurity has to be mainly security for poultry health before you think of vaccines. Vaccines compliment good biosecurity system that control what goes in and what goes out.