Poultry Gut Health Management to control Coccidiosis and Necrotic Enteritis

Published on: 06/27/2016
Author/s : Dr. Richard A. Bailey Aviagen Ltd., Newbridge, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH28 8SZ, Scotland

A key factor in the biological performance and efficiency of food producing animals is the health of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.  A healthy GI tract ensures optimal digestion and absorption of nutrients.  Within the poultry industry there are many initiatives aiming to understand gut health and how it can be influenced to improve efficiency and reduce disease.  These initiative...

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Ibrahim moharam Ibrahim moharam
assistant lecturer
June 27, 2016
What is the ideal methods of treatments to maintain healthy gut although the bird may take the coccidia in the first week and sometimes in the first day? .....thanks
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Wijaya Saputra Wijaya Saputra
Veterinary Doctor
October 6, 2016
What is a way for protection the broiler breeder free from necrotic enteritis above at age 34 weeks. The floor litter use woodshaving with 10 -12 cm depth . thanks
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