Source: Quadram Institute In a recently published study, investigators from Norwich and Surrey have more than doubled the number of microbial species known to live in the chicken gut. As the health and wealth of humans is tied to the...
Source: Biomin The negative impacts of mycotoxins in poultry can be far-reaching, decreasing gastrointestinal integrity, immunity and performance in broilers and resulting in economic losses. Given the high rates of mycotoxin in poultry feed, a mycotoxin risk management strategy is...
P. E. Kaufman, P. G. Koehler, J. F. Butler, and H. L. Cromroy 2 The northern fowl mite (Figure 1) is the most important external parasite of poultry in Florida and is widely distributed throughout the state. This mite is...
Download the complete article KemTRACE® Chromium – the first product of its kind on the market – is a water soluble, highly bioavailable, organic source of chromium that helps improve glucose utilization and reduce the negative impacts of stress for...
Oil-Dri Corporation of America (NYSE: ODC), a leading manufacturer of sorbent minerals, parent company to Amlan International, today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued U.S. Patent 10,568,903 entitled “Clay Product and Uses Thereof.” The...
Salmonella vaccines are a proven, pre-harvest intervention to reduce the overall prevalence of Salmonella contamination of birds entering the processing facility, especially the higher-risk Salmonella B and D serotypes. Now, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is...
Six university researchers will present findings from recently completed research projects funded by the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY) and its Foundation as part of the ever-popular TECHTalks at the 2020International Production &Processing Expo(IPPE). The research presentations will...
What is avian influenza? Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) or “bird flu” is a serious virus that has been found in Minnesota’s wild waterfowl and raptor populations in 2022. Infected wild birds have transmitted the virus to domesticated birds like...
Quick facts Birds are subject to heat stress when the air temperature and humidity uncontrollably increase their core body temperature. Heat stress can result in panting, increased water intake and eventually death. Access to cool, fresh water, ventilation, and...
Dr. Ruth Raspoet, PhD, Poultry R&D manager & Dr. Alain Riggi, DVM, Global Species Manager – Poultry Advanced nutritional feed strategies will play an ever-increasing role in enabling poultry producers to transition away from widespread antibiotic use. Phileo’s comprehensive post-antibiotic...
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