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This member gave a presentation on October 12, 2017
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5th IHSIG Symposium on Poultry Gut Health
Participation in Forum on February 17, 2017
Dear Oyedeji Kolawole Julius,Research has show that Macleaya cordata can be combined with with compounds like CTC, Avilamycin, BMD or OTC with very good effects.Furthermore I would like to point out that dosage is important. The effect of Macleaya cordata is clearly dose-dependent. Higher dosage have a stronger effect than lower dosages, as Dr. Niewold's research paper shows.If you need more advis ...
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Participation in Forum on October 12, 2016
Dear Mr. Esperidion Algabre, Sangrovit is compatible with other feed additives. As such it can be combined with probiotics and enzymes with no restrictions. With kind regards Tobias
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News published on October 10, 2016
It is a pleasure to invite you to the Vll CLANA (Congreso Latinoamericano de Nutrición Animal) which is taking place from October 10 to 14 2016 in the Hotel Fiesta Americana Coral Beach in Cancún, Quintana Roo, Mexico. The scientific program counts with 12 symposia by invitation, 6 scientific sessions with updates on animal nutrition and nutrient usage and oral presentation ...
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Participation in Forum on August 2, 2016
Dear Dr. Mamode, thank you for your note. There is plenty of data on Sangrovit in poultry. Please see a few topics: Inflammation reduction - Khadem et al. (2014) http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=9371165&fileId=S0007114514001871 Salmonella reduction - Pickler et al. (2013) http://japr.oxfordjournals.org/content/22/3/430.full Synergy with organic acids - V ...
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This member gave a presentation on November 11, 2010
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VIETSTOCK 2010 Expo & Conference
This member gave a presentation on April 20, 2010
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VIV Europe 2010 - Jaarbeurs Utrecht, Netherlands
Article published the December 3, 2008
Global agriculture is heading towards challenging times, since the world's population continues to grow at an ever increasing rate. Thus, consumers' demand for sufficient supply of high-quality safe food is a main goal. Decreasing acceptance of antibiotic drugs in many parts of the world and the concomitant debates about residues and contaminations in animal products are driving factors in the sea ...
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Article published the October 30, 2008
Growing concern about antibiotic growth promoters in animal nutrition has created efforts to use different plant compounds as possible natural alternatives. Phytogenic feed additives (phytogenics) are an extremely heterogeneous group of feed additives originating from leaves, roots, tubers or fruits of herbs, spices or other plants. In human nutrition, their appetizing and digestion-promoting effe ...
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Article published the July 25, 2008
Phytogenic concepts in piglets - benefits of a proven approachPhytogenics represent a promising category of naturally-derived growth promoters originating from herbs and spices. Many phytogenic agents are well known from human nutrition, where they have a long tradition in the flavoring of foods. It is, however, not only their flavoring properties, but also a number of biological activities, which ...
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Location:Frankfurt Am Main, Hessen, Germany
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Professional Title: Animal Nutritionist
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