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Mycotoxins are produced by fungi and can lead to sickness in humans and animals, which explains why testing for them in crops, feeds, and food products is so important and is often a regulatory and customer requirement. Fortunately, testing technologies have evolved from slow, tedious, and complicated to smart, fast, and data connected. Tests vary in their performance capabilities and suitability for field, process, or lab environments. With a number of different options, you may be...
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Ken Macklin
Ken Macklin and 7 more
Mississippi State University
Duarte Neves (Zinpro)       The poultry industry is facing a problem with the fertility of broiler breeder eggs. The use of elevated amounts of trace minerals such as zinc (Zn), manganese (Mn), and copper (Cu) within a broiler breeder diet has been previously linked to an increase in eggshell quality, which in turn may lead to an increased fertility rate. A parameter that has been linked to an increased eggshell quality is shell translucency. The...
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35th Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium
February 19, 2024
Australia - New South Wales - Sydney
Animal Nutrition Conference of Canada 2024
May 14, 2024
Canada - Manitoba - Winnipeg
ABTL Nutrition Company expresses its heartfelt appreciation to all those who visited our stall at the esteemed KIPF 2024, contributing to the success of our participation. As a dedicated player in the nutrition industry, ABTL has consistently strived to bring a wealth of knowledge to the global...
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Ben Parsons
University of Arkansas (USA)
Phosphorus digestibility in broilers
Ben Parsons (University of Arkansas) speaks on the cost and environmental implications of phosphorus requirements and explains the steps forward shown in his recent research, in this Engormix interview during IPPE 2024 in Atlanta, USA....
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Anita Menconi
Evonik Animal Nutrition
Next generation of water-soluble probiotics
Dr. Anita Menconi, Regional Business Director, Specialty Nutrition, Americas at Evonik, introduces the Next Generation of Probiotics, exemplified by Ecobiol® Fizz. This soluble probiotic tablet offers a fast and convenient solution for supporting a naturally balanced microbiota in poultry...
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Constance Cullman comments on AFIA's goals in 2024 and the Innovative Feed Act
Constance Cullman (AFIA President & CEO) talks about sustainability in the industry, the need for better regulations, and how to reduce dependency on vitamin imports, in this Engormix interview during IPPE 2024 in Atlanta, USA....
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Mike Czarick
University of Georgia
Coverage area of heating systems for poultry houses
Mike Czarick (University of Georgia) shares insights and test results on the benefits of uniform floor heating, in this Engormix interview during IPPE 2024 in Atlanta, USA....
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Erik Visser comments on the market outlook and the importance of sharing knowledge
Erik Visser (Hamlet Protein) offers his insights on market development and sustainability in this Engormix interview during IPPE 2024 in Atlanta, USA....
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Carl Parsons
Carl Parsons and 3 more
University of Illinois
Nelson Ruiz (Nelson Ruiz Nutrition LLC)     A set of 24 solvent extracted commercial soybean meal (CSBM) samples, which corresponded to the same lots of CSBM used in the field, were evaluated. The CSBM were from different origins (Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Trinidad & Tobago, U.S.). The objective herein was to evaluate the relationship between KOH protein solubility (KOHPS, a measurement of overprocessing) and trypsin inhibitor activity (TIA, a...
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Leveraging NIR Technology to Measure Fat Pad Levels in Laying Hens
Lieske van Eck (Cargill) talks about a tool developed to measure body fat level in laying hens and how it helps in the decision-making process to get better egg persistency and better egg production, in this interview during IPPE 2024 in Atlanta, USA....
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Charles L. Hofacre
University of Georgia
Evan Chaney (Cargill)        Avian pathogenic Escherichia coli (APEC) cause colibacillosis in poultry operations resulting in significant flock health and economic burden, creating the need for additional solutions to promote resiliency against infection. This study evaluated a postbiotic feed additive containing a saponin ingredient (SCFP+; Dia-V™ PT PLUS prototype, Diamond V, Cedar Rapids, IA), alone or in combination with...
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Wasita Padoongmatvorakul (Apple)
Trouw Nutrition Asia Pacific
Conclusion To optimise oxidative status in broilers under challenging environmental circumstances, high levels of antioxidants are required to counteract the negative effects of reactive oxygen species. The addition of either 15 mg/kg vitamin E or 15 mg/kg Selko AOmix to broiler diets containing 10 mg/kg vitamin E diminished an increase in plasma malondialdehyde (MDA) levels (a marker for oxidative status) that may occur in animals in conditions where heat challenge is expected....
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Gwen Venable
U.S. Poultry & Egg Association
Gwen Venable comments on a record IPPE edition, great feedback received and future plans
Gwen Venable (IPPE Executive Vice President - Expo & Communication Services) talks about the success of the IPPE 2024 in Atlanta, and shares the dates for next year's edition: Jan. 28-30, 2025....
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Sustainability and ESG recommendations in the animal feed industry
Mike Gauss (Kent Nutrition Group) offers insights into achieving ESG goals while staying true to your company's core values, in this interview during IPPE 2024 in Atlanta, USA....
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A DNA-Based Microbial Surveillance Platform Can Provide Insights on Bacterial Interactions Leading to Coinfections in Broilers
Héctor Leyva-Jiménez (United Animal Health) talks about a technology to process pathogen profiles to identify coinfections and help make better decisions on the farm, in this interview during IPPE 2024 in Atlanta, USA....
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Vijay Durairaj (Huvepharma)      Turkey coccidiosis is caused by Eimeria species. Seven Eimeria species are recognized in turkeys of which three are considered highly pathogenic and predominant. Objective: The objective of this presentation is to provide an overview of the pathological lesions of turkey coccidiosis for field vets, techs, supervisors, and turkey growers. Application of advanced molecular diagnostic tools, such as PCR and...
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Cristiano Bortoluzzi (dsm-firmenich)      The objective of the present studies was to evaluate: (1) the impact of the supplementation with a Precision Biotic (PB) on the modulation of the cecal microbiome collected from broiler chickens submitted to a necrotic enteritis challenge model (Experiment 1); (2) to measure the cecal production of shorth-chain fatty acids (SCFA; Exp. 2). In Exp. 1, day-old chicks were placed on a completely randomized block design...
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Enterococcus and its impact on the poultry industry
Mueez Ahmad (Arm & Hammer) gives recommendations on how to prevent and deal with diseases associated with this bacteria, in this interview during IPPE 2024 in Atlanta, USA....
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Alain Riggi
Phileo by Lesaffre
Yeast's postbiotic role in reducing pathogens
Dr. Alain Riggi (Phileo by Lesaffre) unveils Safmannan's role in reducing pathogens in poultry...
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Ronnick FONG
Hangzhou DE Mark Industrial Co Ltd
Looking back to the year 2023, the overall API market collapsed. The scarring effect left by the pandemic is hard to fade away completely; the global economy is facing downward pressure, the domestic livestock industry is in a downturn, and the prices of veterinary APIs continue to bottom out, hitting record lows. As the China Veterinary Medicine and Feed Trading Centre (CVMFTC) monitored, the VPi index for four weeks in January was 63.95, 63.41, 63.30 and 63.23. respectively....
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