Sandro Cerrate
Sandro Cerrate (United States)
Technical publication

Lysine and Energy Trends in Feeding Modern Commercial Broilers

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Lysine and Energy Trends in Feeding Modern Commercial Broilers
As compared to slow growing birds, fast-growing birds require more amino acids or methionine but less dietary energy. However, these differences cannot be extrapolated to evaluate the magnitude of dietary nutrient changes in current broiler...
Eliana Aparecida Rodrigues
Technical publication

Calcium in pre-laying and laying rations on the performance and quality of laying hens’ eggshell

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Calcium in pre-laying and laying rations on the performance and quality of laying hens’ eggshell
Calcium is a macro element because it is a critical nutrient which ensures the production of eggs with good quality eggshells and, similar to other nutrients, must have adequate levels and be well balanced in rations. However, the ability to...
Juan Latorre
University of Arkansas (USA)
Juan Latorre (United States)
Technical publication

Effects of a Bacillus direct-fed microbial in broilers

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Effects of a Bacillus direct-fed microbial in broilers
In this regard, exogenous enzymes produced by Bacillus spp. may help to degrade complex antinutritional factors in poultry diets and improve nutrient absorption. Nonetheless, it is important to mention that not all Bacillus bacteria synthesize...
Scott Hine
Novus International
Scott Hine (United States)
Video publishing

How Novus International is Pushing Boundaries

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How Novus International is Pushing Boundaries
Video Scott Hine, Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer at Novus International, speaks to Engormix about the continuation of the campaign “Pushing Boundaries,” during IPPE 2019. Hine said that it is by “Pushing ...
Dr. Ram Singh Bibyan
Technical publication

Efficacy of DL-methionine in amelioration of aflatoxicosis in coloured broiler chicken

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Efficacy of DL-methionine in amelioration of aflatoxicosis in coloured broiler chicken
Methionine is considered to be a toxic amino acid. Therefore, the present study was conducted to determine the efficacy of additional methionine at lower level (excess by 5% and 10%) to ameliorate the toxic effects of aflatoxins...
Yuko Sato
Iowa State University
Yuko Sato (United States)
Technical publication

One Brick Higher: Biosecurity Practices and Investments Implemented by Today’s Poultry Producers

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One Brick Higher: Biosecurity Practices and Investments Implemented by Today’s Poultry Producers
Biosecurity approaches fall into two categories. Structural biosecurity is built into the physical planning, construction, and maintenance of a facility. Operational (or cultural) biosecurity includes standard operating procedures (SOPs) and...
Fiona Tomley
Royal Veterinary College (RVC)
Fiona Tomley (United Kingdom)
Video publishing

Coccidiosis discussion with Drs. Tomley and Korver

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Coccidiosis discussion with Drs. Tomley and Korver
Fiona Tomley (Royal Veterinary College) and Doug Korver joined Elizabeth Santin and Ricardo Hayashi to share their insights on Coccidiosis challenges, poultry immunity and vaccination, during the 1st PoultryUniverse Coccidiosis Congress in Curitiba..
Joao Cabral
Joao Cabral (Portugal)
Technical publication

Water Microbiology. Bacterial Pathogens and Water

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Water Microbiology. Bacterial Pathogens and Water
In general terms, the greatest microbial risks are associated with ingestion of water that is contaminated with human or animal feces. Wastewater discharges in fresh waters and costal seawaters are the major source of fecal microorganisms...
Dr. Hidayatullah Soomro
Technical publication

Effect of Different Housing Systems on Production Performance of Hens During Pre-Molting Stage

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Effect of Different Housing Systems on Production Performance of Hens During Pre-Molting Stage
Appropriate housing conditions have a significant role in successful poultry farming. Poultry birds are mostly reared on floor and cage systems and need accurate management for better health and production. Commercial poultry farming is suited to...
Melina Aparecida Bonato
ICC Brazil
Technical publication

Production with quality vs. antibiotic-free programs

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Production with quality vs. antibiotic-free programs
The antibiotics withdrawal as performance enhancers and the rational use of the therapeutic form in animal production is a pressing issue all over the world, not only from consumers but also from the scientific community and international...
 
 
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