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MV. Júlia Pié Orpí - 23/11/2020

Control of microbial contamination in animal products for human consumption in USA

The food industry is paying a lot of attention to avoid the presence of potentially pathogenic microorganisms in contaminated food, especially in animal products, which represent a threat for food safety.


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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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Dr. Ekaitz Maguregui - 16/11/2020

Main immunosuppressive pathogens and the use of immunostimulants in poultry

The main immunosuppressive pathogens with interest in poultry have viral etiology, and the Gumboro disease virus (IBDV), the infectious bursitis virus, the Newcastle disease virus (NDV) and the infectious bronchitis virus (IBV) are the most...


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Dra. Maria Soriano - 11/11/2020

Gut welfare in poultry – A holistic approach is the key

Economic success of a poultry farm is directly linked on gut comfort. Maintaining a proper gut welfare in poultry is basic to achieve the desired production efficiency of the flock. In addition, gut welfare in poultry may also have an impact on food...


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Jerson Andrés Cuéllar Sáenz - 9/11/2020

key aspects in collection and eggs transport

The collection and eggs transport are fundamental stages in laying hen poultry. Knowing what they are, their importance and how to do them well is essential for the farm.


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Dra. Maria Soriano - 29/10/2020

Prevalence and prevention of mycotoxins

Mycotoxins are metabolites produced by toxigenic fungi which are of great concern as major food and feed contaminants. The ingestion of mycotoxins may damage the digestive mucosa and, once absorbed, may affect additional internal organs and the...


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