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Wednesday, July 8, 2020
M. Ali, P. Krishnan and G. Channarayapatna; Nutrition & Care, Animal Nutrition, Evonik (SEA) Pte Ltd, Singapore
Grinding, mixing and pelletization are the key processes in poultry feed production. These processes have direct effect on feed quality, feed intake (FI) and poultry performance. Grinding is most typically associated with the size reduction of cereal grains. It is extensively studied that particle size and grinding of ...
Monday, July 13, 2020
Giridhar Athrey et al.
The gut microbiota of chicken has received much attention due to its importance for bird health, food safety, and performance. In the United States, the impending transition to cage-free housing environments has raised many questions about its consequences for poultry health, productivity, and welfare.
Monday, July 13, 2020
Mariano E. Fernández Miyakawa et al.
Gut microbiota and its relationship to animal health and productivity in commercial broiler chickens has been difficult to establish due to high variability between flocks, which derives from plenty of environmental, nutritional, and host factors that influence the load of commensal and pathogenic microbes surrounding ...
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