February 20, 2018
Hello Park W. Waldroup
How are you, and how is Amy. Thank you for the comment. I have done a lot of work to control salmonella, use of photogenic oil and improve pellet quality, the start point is the quality of feeds and additives can work based on GIT and husbandry practice. Stay blessed.
here my published results
Attia Y.A., Ellakany H.F., Abd El-Hamid A.E., Bovera Fulvia, Ghazaly S.A. (2012). Control of Salmonella enteritidis infection in male layer chickens by acetic acid and/or prebiotics, probiotics and antibiotics. Arch. Geflügelk., 76 (4) 239–245.
Attia Y. A., A. E. Abd El-Hamid, H. F. Ellakany, F. Bovera, M. A. Al-Harthi and S. A. Ghazaly (2013). Growing and laying performance of Japanese quail fed diet supplemented with different concentrations of acetic acid. Ita. Journal Anim. Sci. 2013; 12, e37:222-230.
Attia, Y. A., El-Tahawy W. S., Abd El-Hamid A. E., Nizza A., El-Kelway M.I., M. A. Al-Harthi, and Bovera F. (2014). Effect of feed form, pellet diameter and enzymes supplementation on carcass characteristics, meat quality, blood plasma constituents and stress indicators of broilers. Archiv Tierzucht 57 (2014) 57, 30, 1-14, doi: 10.7482/0003-9438-57-030.
Attia, Y. A., El-Tahawy W. S., Abd El-Hamid A. E., Nizza A., Bovera F., Mohammed A. Al-Harthi and El-Kelway M.I. (2014). Effect of feed form, pellet diameter and enzymes supplementation on growth performance and nutrient digestibility of broiler during days 21-37 of age. Archiv Tierzucht 57 (2014), 57, 34, 1-11. doi: 10.7482/0003-9438-57-034.
Attia, Y. A., El-Tahawy, W.S. Abd El-Hamid, A. E., Hassan, S. S. Antonino Nizza, El-Kelaway, M. I. (2012). Effect of phytase with or without multienzyme supplementation on performance and nutrient digestibility of young broiler chicks fed mash or crumble diets. Italian Journal of Animal Science 2012; 11:e56:303:308.
Attia, Y. A. and Al-Harthi, M. A. (2015). Nigella seed oil as an alternative to antibiotic growth promoters for broiler Chickens. Europ. Poult. Sci., 79. 2015, ISSN 1612-9199, DOI: 10.1399/eps.2015.80.
Attia, Y. A., Bakhashwain Ahmed A. & Bertu Nehal K. (2017). Thyme oil (Thyme vulgaris L.) as a natural growth promoter for broiler chickens reared under hot climate. Italian Journal of Animal Science, 16: 275–282. DOI: 10.1080/1828051X.2016.1245594.