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Phytonutrients alter energy partitioning in poultry: the link with nutrition

Published on: 12/16/2016
Author/s : Pirgozliev V. 1, Rose S.P. 1, Bravo D. 2. / 1 The National Institute of Poultry Husbandry, Harper Adams University, England, TF10 8NB; 2 Pancosma S.A., Geneva, Switzerland.

Introduction To prevent the risk of developing pathogens resistant to antibiotics and also to satisfy consumer demand for a food chain free of drugs, the use of in-feed antibiotics in the European Union was banned in January 2006, and this policy is being considered in other parts of the world. Consequently, the poultry industry seeks an alternative for antibiotics as growth promot...

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