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Article published the October 26, 2022:

Glycine Supplementation Improves Body Weight Gain In Slow-growing Broiler Chickens

Nutrient-specific appetite has been defined as a dietary selection developed as a response to a specific nutritional requirement (Niknafs and Roura 2018). In chickens, specific appetites offer the opportunity t...
Author/s :
Eugeni RouraMarta Navarro-GomezShahram Niknafs
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Article published the October 26, 2022:

Supplementation of Fibre-Degrading Enzymes to Wheat- or Maize-based Diets Offered to Broiler Chickens under Necrotic Enteritis

A study was conducted to investigate whether the functional oligosaccharides released in situ as a consequence of fibre-degrading enzyme application ameliorate the severity of necrotic enteritis (NE) in broiler...
Author/s :
Amy MossEunjoo KimKosar Gharib-NaseriLily LiNatalie Morgan
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Article published the October 26, 2022:

The Effect of Adding Zeolite in the Feed of Chickens Cobb 500

IntroductionThe livestock industry has undergone many changes aimed at the production of safe products, considering mainly the health of the consumer, thus strongly affecting the area of animal feeding for its ...
Author/s :
Angel Roberto Sanchez QuincheFaviola Pindo NaguaOliverio Napoleón Vargas González
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Article published the October 25, 2022:

Microbiological vulnerability of eggs and environmental conditions in conventional and free-range housing systems

IntroductionConventional systems (battery cages) lead commercial egg production worldwide due to their reportedly efficient disease prevention processes (WHILEY; ROSS, 2015). However, shifts in egg consumption ...
Author/s :
Julia Galvão
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Article published the October 24, 2022:

Methionine Supplementation Reduces Plasma Amino Acid Circulation and Enhanced Apparent Digestibility in Broiler Chickens

INTRODUCTIONMethionine (Met) is often considered to be the first limiting amino acid in modern broiler diets. Synthetic Met has been commercially available for animal feed since the 1950s and is routinely inclu...
Author/s :
Dr Sonia Yun LiuDr. Peter SellePeter ChrystalYumin Bao
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Article published the October 24, 2022:

A Reexamination of the Optimum Dietary Non-Phytate Phosphorus for Broiler Chickens

I. INTRODUCTION Phosphorus (P) is a critical nutrient for growth and structural integrity of growing animals. Nutritionists generally tend to use a significant margin of safety while formulating commercial diet...
Author/s :
Usama Aftab
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Article published the October 21, 2022:

Comparative Sustainability of Differing Dietary Amino Acids and Energy Regimes for Individual Laying Hens at Peak Production

I. INTRODUCTIONTrue sustainability was defined by the World Commission on Environment and Development (Brundtland Commission, 1987) as “the ability to meet the needs of the present without compromising th...
Author/s :
Mariana CiacciarielloPeter ChrystalRick Kleyn
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Article published the October 21, 2022:

Comparison of the Mini-Flotac and Modified McMaster Methods for Enumeration of Ascaridia Galli Eggs in Chicken Excreta

Excreta egg counting techniques can provide valuable information for assessing flock infection levels, selecting nematode resistant chicken breeds and for determining anthelmintic efficacy. Although the Modifie...
Author/s :
Anwar ShifawBrendan SharpeDr Isabelle RuhnkeSteve Walkden-BrownTakele Feyera
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Article published the October 21, 2022:

Efficacy of Nicarbazin/Monensin a Novel Coccidiostat Combination Product in the Control of Coccidiosis in Broilers

I. INTRODUCTION Anticoccidials remain an essential tool in the prevention and control of coccidiosis, which is still one of the most important diseases contributing to gut health disorders. Many anticoccidials ...
Author/s :
Dehaeck BenKoen De GussemMaja MarienMonita VereeckenRobert Serwata
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Article published the October 21, 2022:

Does Diet Nutrient Density and Hen Size Impact Hen Productivity and Egg Quality at 50 Weeks of Age?

I. INTRODUCTION Optimum BW is an important consideration in achieving early maturity, high productivity and uniformity in laying hens (Lacin et al., 2009). Parkinson et al. (2015) noted that it was common for A...
Author/s :
Kenneth BruertonPeter Groves Wendy MuirYeasmin Akter
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