Talaat Mostafa  El-Sheikh
T. M. El-Sheikh Prof. Dr. of Poultry Production, Head of Animal & Poultry Prod. Dept.
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T. M. El-Sheikh Prof. Dr. of Poultry Production, Head of Animal & Poultry Prod. Dept.
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Vaccination during laying period depend on the type of vaccine. Obviously, using an inactivated vaccine or an injected live vaccine is not an option. However, if you have a drinking water live vaccine authorized for use in laying period with no excretion, safe and with a good level of protection you can do it. It is a decision of the veterinarian in charge and it all depends on level of infection. ...
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Salmonella in poultry kills birds and also gets transmitted through eggs. If you are talking about a laying flock which is not exposed yet the vaccine can be given as a preventive measure. If the flock is suffering, having mortality, treatment with antibiotics is the first choice. Vaccination of affected flock after successful treatment will help in long term protection of the flock. If this is a ...
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Horacio Raúl Terzolo, thanks for your questionA trial to demonstrate not excretion of the vaccine strain and protection of Primun Salmonella E against field strains during laying period in commercial laying hens has been submitted and approved to be presented in the Mediterranean Poultry Summit (WPSA Congress). The congress will be held in June in Cordoba (Spain) and the paper will be avail ...
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I would like to know if any scientific paper in recognized journals have been published regarding the vaccination during laying of PRIMIUM CAL 10 strain and also what is the difference between PRIMIUM CAL 10 strain and ELANCO Sm24/Rif12/Ssq strain, which is recommended to be vaccinated only before the laying period.
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Why do we, for the most part, give our chicks 24 hours of light during brooding? Do chicks actually benefit from being able to eat and drink at 2 am? Though it is widely believed that 24 hours of light is essential to maximizing chick performance and health, preliminary trails have found no significant benefit in doing so.Numerous studies have shown that chicks, like all creatures, are essentially ...
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George EntzHere is another talk from Dr. Schwean-Lardner where they found that increasing dar hours shifts the time of gaining weight to later (after 32 days) in their lives. https://www.wattagnet.com/articles/41944-why-broilers-need-darkness-everyday?v=preview
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In our part of the world there is a norm that in First week of broiler life provide it feed ad libitum but in second week & third week (may be till slaughter) the feed requirement is calculated by multiplying the number of days & number of birds with constant of 4.5 gram feed, in some houses the constant is 5 g from week four till slaughter. On contrary to this the Ross and Cobb Broiler Performanc ...
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Dr Sanjay Dronawat Thanks for your interest. Below are responses from Dr. Manangi. Message me with your email address if you'd like me to send you the abstract and poster associated with this research. 1. Impact on crumbles: Based on our work, the post-pellet fat application helps to reduce the percentage of crumbles since it improves pellet durability as mentioned in the poster. 2. Does it in ...
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Dear Elizabeth DavisGreetings for the DayI am in agreement with the post pellet fat application.I have a few points which you can address if possibleThe impact on crumbs after post pellet application of fat on fines and particle size. Does it increase feed intake in the chicks at early stages?What could be the ideal temperature of fat/ oil at time of fat applications?How the equipment are cleaned ...
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Dr. Manish Kumar Shah Here is a message from Dr. Manangi:Dr. Shah,Thanks for your questions. Basically, we are trying to deliver the fat that needs to be in there. When we measured the fat content, it was close to the expected value. This confirms that there shouldn’t be any change in energy or protein values. Again, it is very important to have the right equipment to make sure the amount of ...
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