Study questioning purity of avian reovirus samples has lab and field implications

electing pure avian reovirus (ARV) cultures is extremely important in pathogenicity and antigenicity studies, as well as in the creation of autogenous vaccines. But...

Immune training, a cornerstone of the post-antibiotic era

Dr. Alain Riggi, DVM, Global Species Manager & Dr. Julie Schulthess, Immunity R&D Manager Robust immunity in poultry flocks is essential to reducing reliance on...

Reducing Clostridium impact to improve poultry performance

Maintaining a healthy poultry gut and immune system is an essential but controllable factor which can directly influence efficient feed conversion. Several studies have...

Red hocks in day old chicks or poults

A day old chick is considered to be of good quality if it has the capacity to grow and mature in line with its...

UMD Researchers Study Metabolism and Liver Function in Embryonic Chickens and Hatchlings, with Implications...

Nishanth E. Sunny, assistant professor in Animal and Avian Sciences (ANSC) at the University of Maryland (UMD), is leading a team to improve poultry...

3 PILLARS OF REDUCING MYCOTOXIN-INDUCED INFLAMMATION AND OXIDATIVE STRESS

Read the complete article Mycotoxins are a perennial challenge for livestock and poultry production systems given their often-undetected presence in a vast majority of feeds....

Effect of varying protein/amino acid level of diets with or without protease to reduce...

Institution: Mississippi State University Principal Investigator: Pratima Adhikari, Ph. D. Department of Poultry Science Mississippi State University 325 Wise Center Drive MS State, MS 39762 While the benefits of phytases...

Vaccines are not dosed in the same way as antibiotics. This concept is even...

vaccine dose does not depend on body weight: the mechanism of action of vaccines is different to that of antibiotics and, as a...
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