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Participation in Forum on October 17, 2018
DDGS is virtually the grain solubles generated in distilleries. It is not a perfect bed for growing strain like Aspergillus, though the great focus needs to be given on storing goods precisely preserving them dry and away from moisture. By nature, it is considerably hygroscopic in nature and there the task goes to store it on dry places prior utilization. In a nutshell, DDGS is not such vulne ...
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Participation in Forum on July 3, 2017
I have gone through the study which seems to be a paltry projection of details as talked about in earlier columns by the different fraternity.Not clear about emphasising urea inclusion in presence of Soyabean flakes which in turn not advisable to be conjoined with urea in any point of time following the content of urease in soya, to catalyse the release of ammonia fast in ruminal ambience.The prop ...
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Participation in Forum on August 17, 2016
A great work indeed. It truly reflects the hindsight of the facet what none has contemplated before. It is amazing to see that an incriminating component like Fibre is not adjudged to be a bane but a boon in disguise through monitoring the peristalsis apart from ensuring greater retention of nutrients in gut resulting into the growth of birds as its aftermath.
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Participation in Forum on August 13, 2016
Infectious Coryza a disease precipitated by organism H.Paragallinarum and unquestionably the same is prevalent to endemic zone where fall in temperature with high humidity is common.The treatment with vaccination as suggested along with sulphonamides through watering would be beneficial.The birds survived from such onslaught act like a dormant career of the disease. Bio security with proper hygien ...
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Participation in Forum on August 6, 2016
Mr.Chandrasekharan-Yes indeed you are absolutely on the cord to ventilate the truth behind ascites in broiler and this of course happens in high altitude where the depletion in oxygen level is common,unavoidable and inevitable too.This aggravates while we use to raise firm house temperature with various raw techniques to fight out the ambient temp which remains to be chilling.
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Participation in Forum on August 6, 2016
Mr.Moorthy, I do appreciate your statement which seems to be half fed.Feeding high energy ration to broiler during winter is mandatory to ensure rapid growth.The factor like brooding house firing,lack of oxygenation,hypoxia,poor ventilation etc.are responsible for same.
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Participation in Forum on August 1, 2016
It becomes now conspicuous that ASCITES in Boiler is an High Altitude issue which I too had emphasized in the beginning.Now I request all fraternity to switch over to some other grievous issue in Broiler Farming or any other vital constraint causing threat to animal production rather than harping on the same cord of crisis again and again.
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Participation in Forum on August 1, 2016
Hypoxia(lack of oxygen) generated as an aftermath of poor ventilation,high ammonia accumulation,brooding with the help of kerosine stove,any bon- fire arrangement,and nevertheless by application of heaters as well.Such cases are common in winter and also in high hilly areas. All such cases are the predisposing factor to precipitate ASCITES in BROILER.
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Participation in Forum on July 31, 2016
Of course the high altitude.drop in ambient temperature.hypoxia etc. are the predisposing factor to prcipitate Ascites in Broilers.
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Participation in Forum on July 31, 2016
We all strongly endorse your obsevation as I had touched those points in my statement earlier.Prior any disease takes a toll in a firm any body could improve the situation through managemental tools as we should stick to our basic after pursuing the concept as PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE.
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