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Jerson Andrés Cuéllar Sáenz - 18/11/2020

Importance of ventilation in poultry farming

Ventilation is a key factor to consider in poultry production facilities. Maintaining adequate temperature and aeration of the houses is essential to ensure animal welfare and economic performance of the farm.


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Jerson Andrés Cuéllar Sáenz - 2/09/2020

Live Poultry transport: Good practice guide

The transport of live birds is a fundamental process in poultry production. For this reason, and based on animal welfare, Good Practice Guides have been designed to carry it out correctly.


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Enzo Rodriguez Ortega - 8/07/2020

Renewable energy at the service of the poultry industry

Renewable energy advantages Decreases traditional energy dependency. It does not run out: as it comes from natural resources, it can be used as much as you like and remains renewable. For this reason, it is considered as a sustainable option for...


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Dra. Maria Soriano - 30/06/2020

Management in commercial duck production

This article provides a brief review of species-specific management in commercial duck production, including the reception of ducklings, and the feeding and housing in commercial meat duck farming. The world population of ducks was estimated at...


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Dr. Marco A. Hernández - 10/06/2020

Energy saving in poultry farming

Energy in poultry production systems has a direct impact on the thermoregulation of the birds, the ventilation of the house and the quality of the air. Therefore, the rational and well-planned use of energy savings in poultry farming; In addition,...


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Dra. Maria Soriano - 28/04/2020

Main challenges in duck production

Ducks are well known for being relatively resistant to diseases. There are no established vaccination plans for this species. They are considered potential carriers of infectious diseases from other birds and, therefore, farms are often isolated...


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