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Nutrition

Article published the January 4, 2013:

Effect of Polyherbal Aqueous Extracts (Moringa oleifera, Gum arabic and wild Ganoderma lucidum) in Comparison with Antibiotic on Growth Performance and Haematological Parameters of Broiler Chickens

Introduction Antibiotics are utilized as growth promoters and for disease prevention and treatment. The beneficial effects of antibiotics in combating bacteria problems and as growth promoters are well known....
Author/s :
Dr. A.O. Ogbe
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Article published the December 18, 2012:

Effect of an Encapsulated Blend of Cinnamaldehyde, Carvacrol and Capsicum Oleoresin on Energy Partitioning and Performance of Broilers

Introduction Previous studies have demonstrated that a metabolizable energy (ME) value of 50 kcal/kg could be attributed to 100 ppm of an encapsulated blend of cinnamaldehyde, carvacrol and capsicum oleoresin ...
Author/s :
David Bravo
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Article published the December 18, 2012:

An Encapsulated Blend of Cinnamaldehyde, Carvacrol and Capsicum Oleoresin Increases Performance of Broilers Compared to a Shuttle Program

Introduction Studies have demonstrated that a metabolizable energy (ME) value of 50 kcal/kg could be attributed to 100 ppm of an encapsulated blend of cinnamaldehyde, carvacrol and capsicum oleoresin (XT, XTRA...
Author/s :
David Bravo
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646 0
Article published the September 18, 2012:

Use of a Combination of Benzoic Acid and Essential Oils in Broiler Diets

INTRODUCTION Benzoic acid provides an effective control against fungi, yeasts and bacteria (e.g. E.coli and Salmonella). Essential oils can inhibit Clostridium perfringens and stimulate the secretion of endoge...
Author/s :
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Article published the July 17, 2012:

An Evaluation of comparative effects of feeding synthetic and herbal choline on broiler performance, nutrient balance and serum activities

Introduction Efforts to replace synthetic vitamins and enzymes by herbal preparations are always being made through research to avoid the side effects of them in livestock and poultry. It has been reported th...
Author/s :
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Article published the July 17, 2012:

A new Polyherbal formulation to control bacterial enteritis in poultry: a case study in Salmonella enteritidis induced experimental model

Introduction Colibacillosis, necrotic & hemorrhagic enteritis are some of the infectious diseases affecting digestive system in poultry. Problems may range from severe acute infections with sudden death o...
Author/s :
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Article published the June 28, 2012:

Antibacterial Activity of Some Fruits; Berries and Medicinal Herb Extracts Against Poultry Strains of Salmonella

INTRODUCTION In recent years food safety concerns have been focused on pathogens, such as Salmonella which is recognized as a primary cause of food poisoning worldwide and massive outbreaks have been occurred ...
Author/s :
Nadir Alloui
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Article published the June 12, 2012:

Effects of Z. officinale and Propolis Extracts on the Performance, Carcass and Some Blood Parameters of Broiler Chicks

INTRODUCTION Antibiotics are microbial metabolites produced by fungi and algae which have low molecule weight and can inhibit the growth of other microorganisms even in low concentrations (Nir and Ve-Senkoylu...
Author/s :
Prof.Dr.Hasan Kutlu
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Article published the September 16, 2009:

Herbs versus Drugs: Aspect World Poultry

Consumers are always thinking about the residual effect of antibiotics in poultry products. It is proved that antibiotics are not always good for poultry health even human health. Drugs can have residual effect...
Author/s :
Hossain
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Article published the February 25, 2009:

A herbal coccidiostat on pathology of coccidiosis in broilers - Effect of Coxynil

Anticoccidial efficacy of ‘Coxynil” a herbal feed additive was tested against Einieria tenella in broilers, vs. a vs. Salinomycin. Body weight of birds challenged with E. tenella in Coxynil treated ...
Author/s :
P Goel
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4057 7
 
 
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