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Article published the February 15, 2007:

Impact of mycotoxins on the body’s antioxidant defence

Mycotoxins are unavoidable contaminants in foods and feeds and are a major problem all over the world (Wood, 1992). The number of mycotoxins known to induce signs of toxicity in mammalian and avian species exce...
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Article published the February 9, 2007:

Formulating Feed for Broiler Performance

Every year the marketing age of broilers decreases by an average of 0.75 days for the same performance. This trend is likely to continue in the same direction for the coming years. Nutrition plays a vital role ...
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Article published the February 2, 2007:

Managing future epizootics of Human Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) in Nigeria

The control of epizootics of avian influenza should not rely absolutely on the enforcement and application of phytosanitary regulations (such as culling of infected or suspected birds), with improved biosecur...
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Stephen Adejoro Dr
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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 December 26, 2006:

Facing the realities of poultry health and performance without antibiotics in Europe

Introduction Maintaining the structure of the digestive tract in good health is critical for successful rearing of broilers. Dietary factors disrupting mucosal integrity or motility of the gastrointestinal trac...
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Article published the December 18, 2006:

Economic implications of phytase use in layer nutrition

The effectiveness of phytase in increasing the availability of phosphorus from plant-derived feedstuffs has been observed for several years. In most instances the exogenous phytase used to supplement poultry di...
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Article published the December 14, 2006:

Maximising uniformity through top-level hatchery practice

The greatest challenge for modern hatchery is to achieve uniform, high vitality flocks of day old chicks. Next to incubation technology, good hatchery management can greatly influence this. Uniformity is an imp...
Author/s :
Henry Arts
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Article published the December 12, 2006:

Optimizing the replacement of pronutrient antibiotics in poultry nutrition

IntroductionFollowing recent reviews on the setting and the meeting of standards for the efficient replacement of pronutrient antibiotics in pig and poultry nutrition (Rosen, 2003b; 2003c), this review concentr...
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Article published the December 4, 2006:

Do non-GMO enzymes work as well as GMO sources? A comparison of phytase sources in low phosphorus diets fed to layers

Introduction:  evolution of practical phytase use The beneficial effects of phytase on the availability of phytate phosphorus have been known since the 1960s (Nelson, 1967) with considerable research havin...
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Article published the November 28, 2006:

Can We Still Improve Performance in Modern Poultry Production?

Introduction • After 25 years of experience in Latin America, the poultry field has a new point of view to give solutions…From the technical support to conventional management.• More, facing the new ...
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