Alternative feed ingredients for poultry

Improving the nutritive value of alternative feed ingredients for poultry

Published on: 09/14/2011
Author/s : P.A. Iji, M.M. Bhuiyan, N. Chauynarong, M.R. Barekatain and A.P. Widodo (University of New England)
SummaryThis paper discusses the use of alternative feed ingredients in poultry nutrition. The importance and limitations, particularly the presence of anti-nutritive factors, of such ingredients are highlighted. The results of a series of studies recently completed or ongoing at the University of New England, Australia, suggest that the nutritive value of such ingredients can be improved through s...
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October 1, 2011
It's a wonderful research online journal. I have found some new information from Professor Paul Iji and Mohammad Abul Hossain articles. I will visit frequently the website.
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Stephen Adejoro Dr Stephen Adejoro Dr
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
October 2, 2011
Prof. Diran Makinde

Director, AU-NEPAD Agency African Biosafety Network of Expertise

E-mail: diran.makinde@nepadbiosafety.net

Website: www.nepadbiosafety.net
PROF Iji you may link prof Makinde on this address and reference Dr ADEJORO
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October 4, 2011
Thanks, Dr Adejoro, for providing Prof Makinde's contact details. I will mention your name when I contact him.

Cheers.

Paul
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Tijani Ruqayyah Tijani Ruqayyah
Research
March 23, 2012
Very informative. I would like to know if there is a postdoctoral position in this area of improving alternative feed ingredients for poultry in your university.
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March 23, 2012
Hello Tijani: Not at the moment. There is a postdoc already working on DDGS.

Paul
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March 24, 2012
Prof Paul Please send me your email I want to contact you to exchange ideas on animal nutrition in the tropics
my email is: joaquinp17@gmail.com
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March 25, 2012
Hello Joaquin,

My email address is piji@une.edu.au
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Muhammad Farooq Muhammad Farooq
Student
February 15, 2013

Thanks to provide valuable information.

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Georges Tenny Ngu Georges Tenny Ngu
B.Agric. Tech. (Animal Productions), MSc. in Animal Science (options in Monogastric Nutrition and Reproductive Physiology), PhD student
January 19, 2016
A very informative article especially for Sub Saharan African countries that produce a lot of Cassava. With the trend in world poultry meat production and the high cost of major feed ingredients, alternative feed ingredients holds a promising future for Africa. Thanks a lot Prof. Iji and team at UNE
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December 22, 2020
This is a wonderful literature for replications in Cassava growth , especially in East Africa where poultry Farming is the actual measure of poverty elevation strata.
I am incubating the poultry Feeds out let and looking forward to payment with Pallidium KMS project in Kenya where the projection will be my top priority to plan intervention.
Best regards.
John Ooko Oluoch.
Project Manager.(AMREF-Mc_Master University Aluminum)
+254727636689.Kisumu-Kenya.
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March 22, 2021
Thank you Prof. Iji and team. You don't know how relieved I am that I came across this wonderful article.
I'm a content creator and my audience have been craving for answers to alternative use of feed ingredients, and you just made my day Prof.

I could like to use this opportunity to as for your permission to publish this article on my site ( poultryfarmguide.com).

I will be glad if my request is granted. Thanks once more for your contributions in Animal nutrition.

Best regards

Sam

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