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Article published the May 22, 2019:

The effect of heat stress on broiler performance and strategies to reduce this effect

  Heat stress in broilers can be defined as the result of metabolic, hormonal, and immune system changes suffered by the birds when they are unable to dissipate sufficient body heat to the environment d...
Author/s :
Antonio Garcia EstefanJose Arce Menocal
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660 8
Article published the May 15, 2019:

Optimizing calcium and phosphorus absorption and utilization in poultry: A new approach

Vitamins and minerals are the key ingredients of the poultry ration and their role in normal body functions, growth, and reproduction is well known. Their supplementation in ration has given utmost importance b...
Author/s :
Dr. Amit Kumar PandeyPraful Kumar
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Article published the May 10, 2019:

Improving broiler performance with a strategy that reduces the endotoxin related triggering of the immune system.

The Problem Endotoxins are potentially toxic compounds from bacterial origin. The most well-known endotoxins are lipopolysaccharides (LPS), which are part of the cell wall of Gram-negative bacteria. In poultry...
Author/s :
Hilke WillemsenJesse StoopsKurt Van de Mierop
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Article published the May 6, 2019:

Natural Vitamin C with added benefits over Synthetic: Ayucee

Role of Vitamin C is very well known to all. With other essential functions as vitamins, it also has a very role as antioxidant and stress buster. Although most of the farm animals can synthesize vitamin C in...
Author/s :
Dr. Amit Kumar PandeyPraful Kumar
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Article published the May 6, 2019:

Effect of Prunus armeniaca seed extract on health, survivability, antioxidant, blood biochemical and immune status of broiler chickens at high altitude cold desert

Introduction The growth performance of broiler poultry chickens that reared at cold arid high altitude Himalayas is very poor in spite of stunning progress that has been achieved in broiler poultry industry in...
Author/s :
Dr. Sahil Kalia, Ph.D.
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Article published the May 2, 2019:

Combination of Xylanase and Bacillus Direct-fed Microbials, as an Alternative to Antibiotic Growth Promoters, Improves Live Performance and Gut Health in Subclinical Challenged Broilers

INTRODUCTION Sub-therapeutic levels of antibiotics have been used in feed as growth promoters (AGP) in poultry and other species in an attempt to control enteric diseases and improve feed conversion since the ...
Author/s :
Basheer NusairatJames Tyus
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Article published the April 30, 2019:

Prevention of necrotic enteritis by a synergistic non-antibiotic feed additive in broiler chickens

Introduction Necrotic enteritis (NE) is a multi-factorial disease, resulting in an important negative impact on the poultry industry due to decreased weight gain, increased mortality, worse feed conversion rat...
Author/s :
Ben LetorChristos GougouliasDr. Alireza KhademJamal Al-SaifiStephan Bauwens
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Article published the April 15, 2019:

Effect of supplementation of a Bacillus-based probiotic on broiler growth performance

Abstract Since the ban of using antibiotic growth promoters (AGPs) in livestock in several countries, probiotics have been considered as possible alternative. Spore forming bacteria that belong to Bacillus spe...
Author/s :
Alain RiggiEric AuclairRuth Raspoet
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290 4
Article published the April 9, 2019:

Performance of broilers fed diets supplemented with an experimental direct-fed microbial in the presence of a moderate Clostridium perfringens challenge in a 42-day floor pen trial

Abstract An experimental direct-fed microbial (DFM) was evaluated in a dose- response trial to determine broiler live performance to 42 d with Coccivac® B at placement (d 0), used litter on d 4, and toxin-...
Author/s :
Danny HoogeEric AuclairRuth RaspoetTadele KirosTJ Gaydos
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275 1
Article published the April 9, 2019:

Evaluation of effectiveness of three probiotic products and a prebiotic to control Clostridium perfringens induced necrotic enteritis in broilers

Abstract Necrotic enteritis (NE) caused by Clostridium perfringens (CP) is a devasting bacterial disease responsible for economic losses, by increasing mortality because of damage to the broiler small intestin...
Author/s :
Charles L. HofacreEric AuclairRuth RaspoetTadele KirosTJ Gaydos
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