Proper usage of enzymes and phytate increases production, delivers cost savings
The "failure" to identify Salmonella as an adulterant and implementation of the proposed modernized poultry slaughter rule in the Salmonella Action Plan draws criticism from non-governmental organizations.
Rye is a common cereal in colder climates, but it is not widely used in diets for monogastric animals.
Organic acids continue to puzzle nutritionists as there are more questions regarding their use than research reports that could provide answers.
Association pledges $250,000 for research on poultry well-being and systemic Salmonella infection of poultry in first year.
Raising profitability and reducing environmental impact are not always seen to work hand in hand. However, enzymes such as mono-component proteases can help poultry producers lower costs and increase sustainability.
Bringing more than one mode of action to bear offers poultry producers greater success in creating a favorable gastrointestinal flora in broilers.
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Efforts to reduce the incidence of potential pathogens on ready-to-cook poultry products are receiving increased attention in many countries, and significant progress is being made.
The right diet can help reduce broiler foot-pad lesions by 50 percent
Vitamin C can be a powerful additive for swine and chickens when used under certain adverse conditions.
Many consumers remain willing to pay more for large eggs. But, large eggs require an extra cost to be produced, a cost that is mostly associated with increased nutrient intake.
With continued genetic advances and proper flock management, broiler producers should be able to produce a pound of meat with one kilogram of feed, probably by 2025.
Urinary stones can develop in fast-growing pullets that receive pre-lay diets rich in calcium, in excess of their needs, to increase their reserves for oncoming egg production.
Improper egg storage is usually blamed for yolk mottling, but nutrition can also play a role in controlling this problem.
Ducks prefer pellets over meal or whole grain, but the alternatives have reduced cost that makes them quite attractive, especially to small poultry farmers.
When wheat must be fed to pigs and poultry, it is best to know a few basic things about it!
Veterinarians from Tyson Foods and Cargill Meat Solutions presented interventions that have proven effective in their companies’ preharvest Salmonella control programs.
Evidence shows that the fertile egg can be a vehicle for spreading Campylobacter from one generation of broilers to the next.
The great concentration of birds in Jalisco, difficulty of initial diagnosis and other factors have contributed to this epidemic.
Apart from simple formulation adjustments, certain feed additives help alleviate the negative effects of heat stress on growth performance in pigs and poultry.
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