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Article published the November 29, 2013
Presentation done at the EAAP Scientific Congress – August 2013 Gordon Rosen is a scientist who has established a model made up of 7 criteria in order to evaluate the efficiency of feed additives on animals’ performances (2004). The following table compares the data obtained with B-SAFE in piglets to the data expected by ROSEN for the 7 criteria, enabling to determinate i ...
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Article published the November 29, 2013
Presentation done at the EAAP Scientific Congress – August 2013 Gordon Rosen is a scientist who has established a model made up of 7 criteria in order to objectively evaluate the efficiency of feed additives on animals’ performance (2004). The following table compares the data obtained with B-SAFE in poultry to the data expected by ROSEN for the 7 criteria, enabling& ...
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Participation in Forum on December 18, 2012
In this trial it was possible to change B-SAFE inclusion level and we know that it is more benefic for animals' gut flora to vary B-SAFE concentration. But some of our customers prefer using B-SAFE at a fixed level during all the breeding period and it works too. It depends on your facilities and your objectives.
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Participation in Forum on November 20, 2012
Dear Pat Banjo, charcoal and B-SAFE have probably different functions and modes of action. B-SAFE is activated by copper: a very low level of copper is enough to have antimicrobial activity of B-SAFE because of the localisation of copper at the surface of the clay (very thin particules size). Generally charcoal is more used to bind toxins and this is not the target of B-SAFE. B-SAFE acts more on b ...
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Participation in Forum on November 20, 2012
To Sergio Velez: a third group would have been probably better, you're right; but it was a field study with a customer and only 2 treatments were possible. We have divided the buildings into 2 groups and fed animals as usual=ad lib. But we have done other trials in research centers with more treatments that show the same trend as this trial (in comparison with antibiotics growth promoters). B-SAFE ...
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Participation in Forum on October 22, 2012
Dear Dr Dhar, thank you for your comment. Dear Desalew Tadesse and dear Dr Rath, thank you for your questions. B-SAFE is an activated clay that means that during the manufacturing process there is an ion exchange. This ion exchange is highly controlled to obtain a positively charged entity (B-SAFE). Once in the gut there is an attraction between B-SAFE and the bacteria (negatively charged on the ...
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Article published the October 19, 2012
Introduction Antibiotics have been used for decades in broiler chicken production for their gut microflora regulation effect, resulting in growth promotion. Governments and consumers are more and more aware of damageable consequences of in routine use of antibiotics and as a consequence, there is a growing need for farmers to find alternatives without loosing profitability. In this context, a pat ...
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Participation in Forum on August 20, 2012
To Leo Antony : Dysbacteriosis refers to an imbalance of the microbial flora. Within this article it is the gut microflora. As it is written, we don’t know the exact composition of this flora but, when some bacteria as Campylobacter or Clostridium increase in the digestive tract, there is a change in the flora balance and there is a risk of intestinal mucosa damages and intestinal motility c ...
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