Poultry drinking water Technical Articles


Article published the February 22, 2021:

Response of Broiler to Supplementation of Human Oral Rehydration Salt during Pre-Slaughter Fasting

INTRODUCTION Commercial broilers are exposed to several stressors before slaughter, including feed deprivation, crafting density, and transportation (Delezie, Swennen, Buyse, & Decuypere, 2007). Feed consu...
Author/s :
Albino Taer
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Article published the February 8, 2021:

How to Minimize Litter Caking Issues at the Beginning of a Flock

Why does litter seem to suddenly cake over just prior to turning the birds out into full house? In many cases, it is simply because minimum ventilation fan settings are not being changed quickly enough to kee...
Author/s :
Dr. Brian D. FairchildDr. Mike Czarick
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Article published the July 20, 2020:

Does Placing Paper Under Drinker Lines Improve Chick Performance?

Getting chicks on to feed and water as quickly as possible after arrival on a farm has long been recognized as the key to maximizing overall performance. If provided the ideal environmental conditions and ple...
Author/s :
Connie MouDr. Brian D. FairchildDr. Mike Czarick
204 1
Article published the July 22, 2019:

Combination Effects of Ascorbic Acid and Glucose in Drinking Water on The Broiler Performance Under Acute Heat Stress

  Introduction Room temperature is a component of microclimate and has a significant effect on the productivity, health of broiler chickens and consequently on the profitability of poultry production. It...
Author/s :
Dr. Ebrahim Talebi
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Article published the October 5, 2018:

Do Iodine and Colistin in broiler’s drinking water affect immune competence and performance?

INTRODUCTION The improvement of the immune system and intestinal safety is associated with high production in a new strain of broilers (1), there for all methods that enhance these systems were studied deeply ...
Author/s :
Yahya Sabah Abdulameer
384 2
Article published the September 4, 2018:

Water in Poultry Farms

Water is life and there is no life without it. Similarly, poultry has no life without water. It represents 85% of the weight of the chick, 75% of the weight of the egg and 65% of the weight of the chicken. And ...
Author/s :
Khaled Fadlallah
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Article published the April 3, 2018:

Effects of a Water Applied Biopromotor and Feed Applied MOS on the Prevalence of Colibacillosis and Egg Production in Commercial Heavy Breeders

Author/s :
Carlos De OliveiraSherry Layton
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Article published the March 26, 2018:

Impact of chlorine dioxide as water acidifying agent on the performance, ileal microflora and intestinal histology in quails

Introduction Water is one of the most important and essential nutrients in poultry production. Requirement of water is about two times greater than feed under optimum environmental conditions. Onset of mortal...
Author/s :
Dr. Asad SultanIrshad UllahSarzamin KhanZahoor Ul Hassan
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Article published the March 8, 2018:

Usage and Effects of Energized Oxygen in Drinking Water on The Performance of Broiler Chicken Under The Commercial Contract Production System

DESCRIPTION OF PROBLEM Farm animals need optimal environment for development and growth in order to reach their genetic capacity. Any weakness of the components of environment may decrease the performance. Con...
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Article published the March 1, 2018:

Field trial to study the possibilities of using probiotic bacteria in drinking water replacing antibiotics/growth promoters in feed during broiler rearing and to investigate the effect of catalyst activated water (CAW) when combined with the probiotic in drinking water

Antibiotics are commonly used in food animals to promote growth and prevent disease, as well as to treat sick animals. This has led to the development of antibiotic resistant pathogens and subsequently differen...
Author/s :
Christopher Hettiarachchi
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