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Growth promotion and alleviation of chronic intestinal inflammation by Lumance® in broilers under a dietary challenge

Published on: 11/27/2020
Author/s : Alireza Khadem ¹,², Milena Sevastiyanova¹, Markella Al-Saifi¹ and Christos Gougoulias¹. ¹Innovad®, NV/SA, Cogels Osylei 33, 2600 Berchem, Belgium. ²Laboratory of Animal Nutrition, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ghent University, Merelbeke, Belgium ¹Corresponding Author: Alireza Khadem.

Highlights of this research Chronic Inflammation means losses and can cause a reduction in growth up to 30% Chronic gut inflammation often seen in field conditions is due to the synergistic & additive negative impact of several stress factors. We triggered ‘chronic gut inflammation’ with the complete replacement of corn with wheat and rye Lumance® alleviated ‘chro...

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November 27, 2020
Hello,

Have you done any studies using wheat/soya diets on birds using a Cocci-vaccine and no AGP's? A vaccine called Coccivac B-52 made by Merck.
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Innovad Innovad
Essen, Antwerpen, Belgium
December 1, 2020

George Entz Hello George! We have no specific trial with Coccivac B-52, but we have many other trials with Lumance in poultry. Feeding strategy is crucial in case of antibiotic free production and also for live anticoccidial vaccine efficacy. Anti-nutritional factors in wheat and soy are related with changes in viscosity and chronical intestinal inflammation leading to intestinal microbiota disbalance. This needs to be avoided for ensuring proper live vaccine efficacy which requires exposure to multiple life cycles of Eimerias in the vaccine. 

That is why it is important proper usage of enzymes and special intestinal support (anti-inflammatory, balancing the microbiota: Clostridia, etc.). This means that product like Lumance need to be used and vaccine alone cannot give the desired effect if it is used alone in non-antibiotic wheat/soy-based diet.
This is confirmed by MSD in their own recommendations for feed strategy related with their vaccine.

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Bertrand Medina Bertrand Medina
Specialist in Animal Nutrition
December 14, 2020
George Entz
Hi George,
We have these kind of data from Canada broiler barns (No AFP's, with or without Coccivac B-52 or Immucox, wheat/soya and Corn/soya,...)
Contact us at info@probiotech.com if you want to have more details.
Regards
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