Poultry Industry Technical Articles

Nutrition

Article published the December 5, 2022:

Impacts of supplementing broiler diets with a powder mixture of black cumin, Moringa and chicory seeds

IntroductionThe term phytogenic compounds refer to the utilised parts (e.g. fruits, seeds, bark, roots and leaves) of various aromatic herbs and spices notably thyme, black cumin, anise, chicory, garlic, Moring...
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Abdullah AlowaimerDr Muhammad SaeedMohamed EzzatZafar Hayat
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Article published the December 2, 2022:

Influence of rapeseed, canola meal and glucosinolate metabolite (AITC) as potential antimicrobials: effects on growth performance, and gut health in Salmonella Typhimurium challenged broiler chickens

INTRODUCTIONSalmonella has been linked to numerous foodborne illnesses from consumption of poultry products. The FoodNet preliminary data for 2016-2019 identified 25,866 infections, 6,164 hospitalizations and 1...
Author/s :
Amit SinghDr. Woo Kyun KimHarshavardha ThippareddiSasikala Vaddu
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Article published the December 1, 2022:

Microencapsulated essential oils as antibiotic alternatives in broiler chickens

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has become a serious problem in poultry farms that can threaten both poultry and human health. An increasing number of studies have been conducted on exploring antimicrobial alter...
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Chengbo Yang
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Article published the November 29, 2022:

Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Phytogenic Substances for Optimizing Gut Health in Poultry

1. IntroductionThe permeability of the intestinal tract controls the uptake of nutrients and the transport of unwanted extracellular substances such as bacteria and xenobiotics, in addition to the non-digested ...
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Christian VisscherDr. Guillermo Tellez-IsaiasHafez MohamedJuan D LatorreProf. Dr. Awad Ali ShehataYoussef Attia
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Article published the November 28, 2022:

Chicken gut microbiota: a brief understanding of the dynamics and interactions which govern flock performance

IntroductionThe gastrointestinal tract (GIT) of a chicken harbours a diverse bacterial community in which each bacterium is adapted to its own ecological niche and synergistically lives with other bacterial spe...
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Sudipto Haldar
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Article published the November 28, 2022:

Importance of Fat-Soluble Vitamins in Poultry Health and Nutrition

Introduction:Vitamins are defined as a group of complex organic substances that are essential for normal metabolism and their deficiency in the diet causes disorders among animal species.These essential nutrien...
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Md. Rabiul Awal
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Article published the November 3, 2022:

Seminal plasma amino acid profile in different breeds of chicken: Role of seminal plasma on sperm cryoresistance

IntroductionThe influence of seminal plasma on sperm storage may vary among species. Its removal is recommended in the majority of semen cryopreservation protocols of species such as caprine in order to ensure ...
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Julian Santiago Moreno
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Article published the November 2, 2022:

Effect of hydro-alcoholic extract of Rhodiola imbricata on growth performance, immunomodulation, antioxidant level and blood biochemical parameters in broiler chickens at high altitude cold desert

Over the last twenty years in India, there has been remarkable growth in poultry industry (Ali 2015). However, in cold arid part of the Himalayas, the picture is very different as environmental conditions in th...
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Dr. Sahil Kalia, Ph.D.
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Article published the November 2, 2022:

Effects of amino acid levels during rearing on Cobb 500 slow-feathering broiler breeders: 2. Reproductive performance

INTRODUCTIONAmino acids (AA) and crude protein (CP) intake during the rearing phase in broiler breeders have demonstrated to affect body composition and reproductive performance in the laying period (Joseph et ...
Author/s :
Edgar O. Oviedo-RondónHernan Alejandro CórdovaJustina CaldasMaria Camila Alfaro Wisaquillo
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Article published the November 2, 2022:

Why animals need enzymes in feed

The majority of pig and poultry diets are composed of about 70% maize or wheat, 20% soybean meal or other similar protein sources, and 10% micro-ingredients. Although this is a simplification, it illustrates th...
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Nelson Ward
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