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The Poultry Research Foundation in conjunction with WPSA- Australian Branch, cordially invites you to attend the: 36th Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium to be held at The University of Sydney Abercrombie...
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Mike Czarick
Mike Czarick and 3 more
University of Georgia
You are frying eggs for breakfast. You get distracted and the next thing you know your eggs are burning and your kitchen is filling with smoke. What do you do first? Open the window to get rid of the smoke or remove the skillet from the stove to stop the generation of the smoke? You of course, remove the skillet from the stove, then open windows because opening the windows in itself doesn't solve the problem, because your eggs are still burning and filling the kitchen with...
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Steve Walkden-Brown
University of New England
1. Introduction Infectious bronchitis (IB) and Newcastle disease (ND) are highly transmissible diseases that cause substantial economic losses in the poultry industry [1, 2]. Infectious bronchitis is caused by infectious bronchitis virus (IBV), a gammacoronavirus with a single-stranded positive sense RNA genome [3]. Newcastle disease is caused by virulent strains of Newcastle disease virus (NDV), a paramyxovirus with a single-stranded negative sense RNA genome [4]. Infectious...
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Frank Ivey
The total feed content that is fed during selection, including energy levels, amino acid levels and additives like enzymes, could well have an impact on the response to these variables in the field. We saw energy impact on growth rate back when studying growth for modeling purposes when I was at Novus International....
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Vincent Guyonnet
Vincent Guyonnet
World Veterinary  Education in Production Animal Health  (WVEPAH)
World Veterinary Education in Production Animal Health (WVEPAH)
Canada
Dr. Andreas Lemme
Dr. Andreas Lemme
Evonik Animal Nutrition
Evonik Animal Nutrition

Germany
James Denton
James Denton
Poultry Science Association
Poultry Science Association
United States
Hilary Pavlidis
Hilary Pavlidis
CSA Animal Nutrition
CSA Animal Nutrition

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Dr. Ramiro Hernan Delgado
Nutriavicola
Nutriavicola
Médico Veterinario Zootecnista / Director Técnico de Nutriavícola
Colombia
Alain Riggi
Phileo by Lesaffre
Yeast postbiotic trials in high-stocking density environments
Dr. Alain Riggi (Phileo by Lesaffre) points out how a yeast postbiotic can help during a high-stocking density...
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Mycotoxin testing solutions for the Feed Chain
Join Lanny Smith, Global Sales Manager at VICAM, as he unveils how VICAM sets itself apart in the realm of mycotoxin testing solutions for the feed chain....
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Sumit Sipany
ABTL Advanced Bio-Agro Tech Ltd
Ensuring Food Safety Together: Safe Food for a Healthy Tomorrow!
Food Safety is everyone's business. Let's draw attention and inspire action to help, prevent, detect and manage food borne risks. SAFE FOOD FOR A HEALTHY TOMORROW !!...
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Leandro Redondo
INTA Argentina
Introduction The chicken gastrointestinal tract (GIT) harbors a very diverse microbiota, dominated by Bacteria, that influences health and growth performance of chicken. A healthy microbiota provides nutrients to the host and promotes competitive exclusion [1]. The composition of the GIT microbiota differs according to diet, age and genotype of hosts as well as the portion of the intestinal tract, among others [2]). The poultry industry has adopted the use of dietary additives...
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Sid Thakur
North Carolina State University - NCSU
Introduction Campylobacter is a gram-negative commensal bacterium in the gastrointestinal tract of multiple wild and domesticated animal species [1]. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Campylobacter is estimated to cause 1.3 million cases of human illness in the United States annually [2]. In 2019, Campylobacter was the leading cause of U.S. foodborne illness, with an overall incidence of 19.5 per 100,000 population [3]. The...
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Steve Walkden-Brown
University of New England
1. Introduction Infectious bronchitis (IB) and Newcastle disease (ND) are highly transmissible diseases that cause substantial economic losses in the poultry industry [1, 2]. Infectious bronchitis is caused by infectious bronchitis virus (IBV), a gammacoronavirus with a single-stranded positive sense RNA genome [3]. Newcastle disease is caused by virulent strains of Newcastle disease virus (NDV), a paramyxovirus with a single-stranded negative sense RNA genome [4]. Infectious...
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Dr. Vikram Vakharia
University of Maryland (USA)
Introduction Avian influenza viruses (AIV) infect animals and humans [1] and thus are of major relevance under the one health context. They are enveloped viruses belonging to Alphainfluenzavirus from Orthomyxoviridae family [2]. These negative sense and single-stranded RNA viruses present a genome that is fragmented into eight segments which encode for eleven proteins. These proteins possess individual function or form complexes during viral replication. The mechanisms underlying...
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New tool to audit the vaccination process
Auditing the vaccination process from the biosecurity measures that go through the taking of samples or the preparation and application of the vaccine, is key to obtaining the expected results.Wevap the new Calier tool to audit the vaccination process (LE) ...
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Introduction Coccidiosis is a parasitic infection caused by Eimeria spp and persistently affecting broiler chicken, causing high morbidity, impaired growth, and mortality [1]. Unlike many other protozoan parasites, Eimeria spp exclusively invades the intestinal epithelium showing high tissue specificity [2]. Eimeria (E.) maxima is characterized by producing the largest oocysts and male gamonts among the other species infecting chicken [3]. E. maxima particularly infects chickens at...
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Redefining animal nutrition standards
Discover Phileo's hands-on approach to collaborative stakeholder engagement in redefining standards within animal nutrition. Hear what Manuel Maire, General Manager at Phileo by Lesaffre, has to say about it ...
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Markus Wiltafsky
Evonik Animal Nutrition
Reliable and accurate nutritional data of heat processed ingredients with AMINONIR® RED
"Listen to Dr. Markus Wiltafsky-Martin as he discusses the recent USA patent validating the scientific advancements of AMINONIR® RED and its unwavering accuracy in providing reliable nutritional data...
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Annie Kneedler explains the goals of the TRANSFORM project
Annie Kneedler (Chief of Party – USAID TRANSFORM at Cargill) comments on the TRANSFORM project activities and how to improve animal health through global collaboration, in this Engormix interview....
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LIPTOSA
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@Ahmed Hamouda Dear Ahmed Hamouda Note that we do not work with pure thyme products, but feed additive premixes which combine botanical components and other technical ingredients aimed to support animal performance. If further interest in our company and/or products, you can always contact as at liptosa@liptosa.com, or send us a message with your contact details and our representative will contact you directly Regards Carlos L. Area Head Manager...
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Since May, the market price of Tiamulin has continued to rise. As of 24/May, it has risen by 11.3%. The average market price of Tiamulin is 167 yuan/kg, and the market inventory has been snapped up. ...
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Sumit Sipany
1. Persistent increase in the feed prices has been a major constraint in most of the developing countries like India. 2. As a consequence, cheaper and non-conventional feed ingredients have to be used which contain higher percentage of NSP’s. 3. Use of exogenous enzymes in feed provide flexibility in using alternative ingredients without compromising birds performance by reducing anti-nutritional effects and improving nutrients availability and help to aid digestion. ...
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Mr. O. P. Singh
ABTL Advanced Bio-Agro Tech Ltd
Production of enzyme solutions
Mr. O.P. Singh, Managing Director of ABTL, speaks about how ABTL differentiates itself as a leader in providing affordable poultry enzyme solutions...
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