Novel combinations of natural extracts, from plants and seaweeds, offer alternative to growth promoters and support better performance of livestock animals.
Antibiotics have been used to maintain the overall health of poultry by increasing production efficiency, promoting growth, and improving intestinal function for more than 50 years. However, they have a number of side effects, such as antibiotic resistance, gut dysbiosis, destruction of beneficial bacteria, and the pot ...
Fermentation of protein in the caeca of chickens may lead to the production of potentially detrimental metabolites, which can reduce gut health. A poor precaecal digestion is expected to increase protein fermentation (PF), as more proteins are likely to enter the caeca.
Sustainable Ruminants Production Via Intervention In Animal Diets
What a cow consumes is the gateway to realise sustainability in its many forms, not excluding economic gains.
Sustaining Fish Farming: Improved Diets, Reducing Environmental Impacts & Other Interventions
The science of welloptimised fish diets is more than just rejecting dietary sources of an unsustainable nature.
Managing poultry production: Bird flu, heat stress, rising feed costs and other challenges
Whereas avian influenza is not a problem in some regions, other challenges can potentially inhibit bird performances and curtail profitability.
With supply tight, corn prices continued to climb for the fifth consecutive week, despite at a slow pace. Corn prices were highest compared with the same period over the past years,
Over the week, the closing price of CBOT November soy futures decreased 1.3%.
With demand sluggish and supply abundant, prices of vitamin B12 broke new lows over the week.
Aviagen® recently welcome 36 students from 19 countries to Edinburgh, Scotland, the United Kingdom, for the 10th Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia (EMEAA) Production Management Breeder School held on August 27 - September 2.
Can the US produce enough soybeans to realise bountiful economic gains for the next crop season? This answer hinges on "weather-driven" markets for soybean and corn which "have rapidly fluctuated since early May amid weather concerns," S&P Global stated in a June 30 report. "Both soybean and corn crops in the US for MY 2023-24 have been under dryness stress for the better part of May and June, leading to a notable decline in crop conditions, especially in the eastern Corn Belt," the report added.