Minerals & Vitamins in Poultry Technical Articles

Nutrition

Article published the January 25, 2007:

Improving phosphorus availability in broiler diets based on wheat-soybean meal using microbial phytase produced in solid state fermentation

Phytic acid is abundant in all plant seeds serving as the chief storage form of phosphorus (P). The phytic acid molecule has a high P content (28.2%); and since a major portion of poultry and pig diets consists...
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Article published the September 26, 2006:

Choline chloride: An Indispensable Performance Promoter in Poultry

Choline- chemically known as 2-hydroxyethyl-trimethyl ammonium hydroxide and is referred as vitamin B4. It has recently been claimed as a rediscovered vitamin & performance promoter in poultry. The role of cho...
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A new look at trace mineral nutrition of poultry: can we reduce the environmental burden of poultry manure?

INTRODUCTION Trace mineral needs of poultry have received little attention over the last 40 years compared to other aspects of nutrition, such as energy and amino acids. A cursory review of information publishe...
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Comparative metabolic and immune responses of chickens fed diets containing inorganic selenium and Sel-PlexTM organic selenium

INTRODUCTION Selenium is well known to be an essential trace element with many vital functions in humans and animals. In nature, it can be found in the elemental form as well as incorporated into both inorga...
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