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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...


Dr. MartĂ­n Quero - 12/06/2020

Foodborne digestive mycosis and the influence of inappropriate use of antibiotics

Certain risk factors exist that predispose to this type of digestive mycosis and aggravate the pathological processes. These include poor nutrition, vitamin D deficiency, lack of hygiene in facility management, stress, immunosuppressive diseases and...


Dr. Marco A. Hernández - 10/06/2020

Energy saving in poultry farming

Energy within 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 planned use of energy within the farm improves poultry...


Dr. Enzo RodrĂ­guez - 1/06/2020

FOWLPOX. Viral disease in chickens, turkeys, and many other birds

Fowlpox is a viral disease of hens, turkeys and many other birds produced by different strains of the Variola avium virus of the Avipox virus, Poxviridae family, which have affinity for the epithelia. Virus are very resistant and can survive for...


Dr. David DĂ­ez Arias - 25/05/2020

Integrity of the intestinal epithelium in animals

The intestinal epithelium plays an essential role in the growth and maintenance of the animal health. It allows the selective passage of nutrients and avoids that of pathogens and harmful molecules. However, under the current intensive farming...


Dra. Maria Soriano - 13/05/2020

Duck breeds and marketed products

Las razas de pato se pueden clasificar dependiendo de su aptitud, siendo aptos para la producción de carne, de huevos o de doble propósito. Las razas de pato más utilizadas son, según su aptitud, el pato Pekín para carne, el pato Corredor Indio...


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