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Article published the September 23, 2011:

Intestinal Health and Immunity, the new challenge in poultry nutrition

Intestinal health and immunity is the most critical system to manage in order to optimize performance in today´s commercial poultry. The development and maturation of the GI tract can be in...
Author/s :
Tim Cummings
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Article published the September 1, 2011:

Coccidiosis, Enzymes and Nutrient Availability: Effects on Gut Health

Introduction Poor gut health in broiler chickens is a generalized term that means different things to different people (Truscott & Al-Sheikhly, 1977; Tierlynck et al., 2009). Problems associated with shift...
Author/s :
Andres Montoya
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Article published the November 10, 2010:

Managing the Gut to Maximize Nutrient Utilization

Introduction The impact of gastrointestinal disease ranges from erosive to catastrophic, and considerable time, effort and financial resources are devoted to limiting the risk and consequence of disease challen...
Author/s :
Dr. Steve Collett
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Article published the October 13, 2010:

Effect of Dietary Supplementation of Organic Acids on Performance, Intestinal Histomorphology, and Serum Biochemistry of Broiler Chicken

The aim of the study was to determine the effect of dietary supplementation of organic acids on the performance, intestinal histomorphology, and blood biochemistry of broiler chicken. The birds in the con...
Author/s :
Dr. Sheikh Adil HamidMasood Saleem MirTufail Banday
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Article published the June 10, 2008:

Feed Passage in Broilers: A Complex Problem

"Feed passage," or, more accurately, the passage of undigested feed in the feces of broilers, continues to be reported in broiler integrations on a sporadic basis. The incidence and severity are much lower at p...
Author/s :
Amir NilipourGary ButcherRichard Miles
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Article published the May 8, 2008:

Intestinal Welfare

The intestinal welfare is a crucial parameter in animal production, changes in the welfare cause disbiosis (bacterial enteritis, enteritis non-specific, bacterial overgrowth of population, clostridiosis or ...
Author/s :
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Article published the November 13, 2007:

Gastro-intestinal microflora and its influence on the host

A well established intestinal microflora is crucial for the health of our animals, especially if we expect high production performance. A healthy normal microflora is the first line of defense to invading pat...
Author/s :
Michaela Mohnl
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Article published the September 18, 2007:

Physiological dynamics at the intestinal brush border

Nutritionists, feed manufacturers, farmers and industry poultry managers are becoming increasingly aware of the fact that intestinal functions (i.e., digestion and absorption) and the intestinal barrier (as the...
Author/s :
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Article published the July 27, 2007:

Poult Enteritis and Mortality Syndrome: Definition and Nutritional Interventions

Poult enteritis and mortality syndrome (PEMS) was first observed in 1991 and has developed into one of the worst diseases to have afflicted commercial turkeys. Until 1994 PEMS was contained in North Carolina, S...
Author/s :
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Article published the May 17, 2007:

Gut Health Management in Poultry: Update on Natural Growth Promoters

The ban of antibiotics in Europe has driven worldwide the implementation of alternative strategies in order to prevent proliferation of pathogenic bacteria, thus maintaining health and performance status and op...
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