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Article published the May 4, 2010:

Chromium picolinate can improve growth and feed efficiency in heat-stressed broilers

Importance of chromium as a dietary supplement Reducing stress in poultry remains a topic of concern amongst producers and scientists. An increased concentration of glucose in blood and a decreased protein lev...
Author/s :
Sudipto Haldar
Statistics:
1341 1
Article published the May 4, 2010:

Toxicity of Zearalenone in Poultry

 Zearalenone is the most common prevalent mycotoxin found in feed and raw materials available in South Asian Region. Zearalenone (ZEN) at lower concentration highly impacts the Swine. However, ZEN at highe...
Author/s :
R Kannan
Statistics:
4429 5
Article published the April 27, 2010:

Phytogenic growth promoters as replacement for AGPs in broiler diets

Antibiotic growth promoters (AGPs) have been an integral part of the poultry feed industry for more than fifty years. However, a search for the alternatives to the AGPs has been initiated since their prolonged ...
Author/s :
Sudipto Haldar
Statistics:
2910 12
Article published the April 26, 2010:

Nutritional emulsifiers sustains performance of broiler fed a low-energy diet – a new approach to alleviate tropical heat stress

Meeting the nutrient needs of modern intensively reared broilers is a challenge to the feed formulators. The high yielding broiler birds require diets with high nutrient density. Commercial feeds are, therefore...
Author/s :
Sudipto Haldar
Statistics:
3878 2
Article published the April 21, 2010:

Alternatives to In-feed Anbiotics: do we really have some alternatives?

Summary Antibiotic growth promoters (AGP) have been used sub-therapeutically in poultry and other livestock species for maintaining health and improving performance for more than 60 years. After the ban impose...
Author/s :
Dr Zahid Nasir
Statistics:
2288 6
Article published the April 15, 2010:

Sugar syrup – a dietary energy feed

Introduction. The most vital nutrient in the poultry ration is considered 'dietary energy' even though energy itself is not converted into Glucose in meat or egg except for liponeogenesis. Moreover; it is used...
Author/s :
Dr.P.George Kunju John
Statistics:
518 0
Article published the March 31, 2010:

Study the Effects of Different Levels of Fat and L-carnitine on Performance, Carcass Characteristics and Serum Composition of Broiler Chicks

A bstract: An experiment was conducted in order to study the effect of 3 levels of fat (1,3,5%) and 2 levels of  L-carnitine (0 and 250 mg kg -1) on 360 male Ross broiler chicks in a factorial arrangement ...
Author/s :
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Statistics:
1683 0
Article published the March 17, 2010:

Managing Sub Clinical Necrotic Enteritis – Made Easy

Broiler integrators around the globe are facing a similar problem - a specific growth retardation around 3-4th week of age of broiler. This problem occurs so frequently that it is no longer considered as a dise...
Author/s :
Chanthirasekaran raju
Statistics:
4226 6
Article published the March 16, 2010:

A Photographic Guide to Goose Embryo Development

Abstract: A photographic guide to goose embryo development is compiled to help visually determining time of embryo mortality in eggs during incubation. Introduction Goose eggs can be particularly difficult to...
Author/s :
Etelka NikodemuszJanos Kozak
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18890 4
Article published the March 9, 2010:

Developments and innovations in broiler nutrition in the Netherlands

Summary During the last decades important triggers for innovation have been the reduction of the output of minerals and nitrogen to the environment and the ban by the EU on the preventive addition of antibioti...
Author/s :
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1934 2
 
 
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