Temperature And Humidity Control

Friday, July 2, 2021
Four-Phase Farm Management Guideline to reduce antibiotic usage
Good farm management is required to reduce antibiotics in chicken production. Farm management, simply refers to the procedures, protocols, and environmental circumstances used in livestock production.
Wednesday, April 8, 2020
How can hatcheries lessen the impact of Covid-19?
The world is currently experiencing a pandemic caused by a coronavirus, Covid-19. While the virus probably originated in animals, it appears that it only spreads between humans, and only humans seem to be affected. The symptoms vary from a ...
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Antimicrobial removal on piglets promotes health and higher bacterial diversity in the nasal microbiota
The view on antimicrobials has dramatically changed due to the increased knowledge on the importance of microbiota composition in different body parts. Antimicrobials can no longer be considered only beneficial, but also potentially deleter ...
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Effect of diet supplementation with chelated zinc, copper and manganese on hoof lesions of loose housed sows
Hoof lesions are very common among sows and have been associated with lameness, early removal and compromised welfare and productivity. Although housing conditions and management can have an external effect on hoof health status, the role o ...
Sunday, December 11, 2016
Preserve moist feedstuffs with Luprosil NC
Regardless of species, a key factor in optimizing efficiency of animal production is the quality of the feed ingredients. Apart from the stringent quality control of purchased ingredients, it is important for the feed producers to look into ...
Thursday, May 19, 2016
Fundamentals of proper feed preservation
A multitude of steps must be taken to secure the hygienic status, e.g. thermal treatment and addition of chemical compounds to control microorganisms in feed. The addition of organic acids has been shown to contribute to environmental hygie ...
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Purification of chicken carbonic anhydrase sozyme-III (CA-III) and its measurement in White Leghorn chickens
The developmental profile of chicken carbonic anhydrase-III (CA-III) blood levels has not been previously determined or reported. We isolated CA-III from chicken muscle and investigated age related changes in the levels of CA-III in blood.

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