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Participation in Forum on September 19, 2012
Thank you Dr. Christian for clearing the point. Now, the application in the field should come through the feed millers. What is the cost that involves in incorporating 0.3% of sodium diformate in the broiler feed?
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Participation in Forum on September 18, 2012
Thank you for highlighting the improved performance in using sodium diformate in feed of broilers. Does 0.1 or 0.3 % sodium diformate change the pH of feed? if yes, could it interfere with the vaccines (IBD & NDV) during vaccination? Kindly comment on this.
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Participation in Forum on September 13, 2012
Dear Prof. Haroldo Toro Thank you for the brief and precise description on CIA. It appears that there is a big role in the hands of breeders to deliver CIA free chicks to the growers. Could you please tell us what sort of percentage of infected birds one could observe in a broiler rearing system located in an area where CIA is not common with proper cleaning & disinfection after each cycle an ...
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Participation in Forum on September 9, 2012
Thank Mr. Ganesh. Your comment on RO " I will not recommend RO water for poultry industries" . Mr. Shiraz Jeevunjee of Sri Lanka uses an RO system successfully for his layer farm for quite some time. I wonder whether he could contribute here with his experience with the RO treated water in his layer farm. D.C.Hettiarachchi - Sri Lanka
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Participation in Forum on September 7, 2012
Dear Mr. Ganesh, When using chlorine as a water disinfectant or sanitizer, it is important to know chlorine demand of water, total chlorine, combined chlorine and free chlorine. The amount of chlorine used (wasted) to react with organic mater and metals is chlorine demand, , the remaining chlorine is termed as total chlorine. A part of it is used to react with nitrates (present in water) when ...
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Participation in Forum on September 7, 2012
Dear Dr. Brian, Thank you very much for throwing more light on the pros & cons on the performance of the two pad materials through research and fine analysis of the results. We too replaced some of our paper pads just because of its strength, durability and ease of cleaning. With this knowledge, we may be able to analyze the performances and would help us to understand differences of perfo ...
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Participation in Forum on July 21, 2012
Dear Mr. Onwuka, Dr. Brian's point is very clear. According to him, he does not want to denature the sample as the sample is to be subjected to further analysis for other constituents. D.C.Hettiarachchi - Sri Lanka
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Participation in Forum on July 19, 2012
Dr. Brian, Thank you for the quick response. I have already circulated the method in our management circle, this would help us to improve the litter quality in our evap. coiling broiler houses. Best Regards D.C.Hettiarachchi - Sri Lanka
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Participation in Forum on July 19, 2012
19.07.2012, Dear Dr. Brain & Dr. Mike Thank you very much for presenting a drying protocol on how to find out litter moisture. As you have said that it is a labour intensive and results can be obtained after 24 hours, this measurement is a valuable piece of information particularly for close house broiler operations. Very simple method described clearly and one does not have to grope in the da ...
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Participation in Forum on July 11, 2012
Dear Dr. Nadir Alloui, Quick & reliable methods of enumerating bacteria on surfaces are well come in the meat processing industry and it is good that the experiment done to show both methods are comparable as one can choose which method to use. Though Pro3S method is faster, there can be instances that the results can deviate far from the actual. For example, if a surface is contaminated with ...
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