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Institution: University of Georgia Principal Investigator: Michael Czarick University of Georgia Poultry Science Department 110 Cedar Street Athens, GA 30602 In today's broiler industry producers are relying less on antibiotics and putting more attention on animal welfare than ever before. One result of this trend...
Download the complete Article The environmental and performance benefits of Micro-Aid® Feed Grade Concentrate start within the broiler by promotion of a healthier gastrointestinal tract environment, better animal performance, and better nutrient utilization. Recent research shows 3.0% improvement in the...
Preparation and characterization of high quality gelatin from different poultry sources
Institution: University of Delaware Principal Investigator: Dr. Calvin L. Keeler, Jr. Department of Animal and Food Sciences 531 S. College Ave. University of Delaware Newark, DE 19716-2150 Infectious laryngotracheitis (ILT) is a disease of great concern to the poultry industry. This acute respiratory disease is caused...
Abstract In a companion study, high amino acid (AA) or apparent metabolizable energy (AME) densities in the diets of broilers from 8 to 21 d of age were found to improve feed conversion. A total of 1,120 male Ross × Ross...
Chicken Farmers of Canada was very pleased by the announcement that Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) will again be supporting poultry research in Canada, this time through the AgriScience Program of the newly formed Canadian Agricultural Partnership. The announcement was...
O&T Farms Ltd. (Regina SK), in collaboration with the University of Guelph, initiated a series of research projects focused on developmental programming in both broiler and pullet breeding stock, starting in 2017. The purpose of the research was to...
Heat stress can contribute to many production challenges and can be costly for poultry producers. During heat stress, birds eat less than they should as a way to reduce their body temperature, leading to a reduction in metabolizable energy...
USPOULTRY and the USPOULTRY Foundation announced the completion of a funded research project at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas, in which researchers found new methods for poultry wastewater treatment. The research was made...
Download the complete article A number of parasites attack poultry by either sucking blood or feeding on the skin, feathers, or scales on the skin. Continuous ex-ternal parasites are those that spend all of their adult life on their host....
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