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Biovet S.A. - 14/12/2022

Cellular and organic toxicity of formaldehyde as a feed preservative

Formaldehyde is a highly volatile and flammable chemical compound that is used in animal feed for microbiological control, both in the preservation of feed (compound feed and/or feed ingredient) and for the control of pathologies in animals and the...


Dr. Germán Bertsch - 23/12/2021

Natural strategies to improve the intestinal welfare of birds and its relationship with dirty eggs

Thanks to the genetic selection of the laying hens, progresses is made towards increasing efficiency and productivity. In this context, producers must commit to maintaining intestinal welfare, which will be a critical component to maximize the...


Dra. Maria Soriano - 1/12/2021

Grain production in China: heavy rains arise quality concerns

Heavy rains occurred during summer and autumn in China compromise the nutritional and microbiological quality of the grain. In this situation, the high moisture content of the grain creates the ideal environment for fungal growth and mycotoxin...


Dr. Germán Bertsch - 17/06/2021

From farm to table: healthy pork and more sustainable production.

Society is increasingly aware of the importance of food as a key factor in our health. In addition to a greater tendency to use balanced diets, consumers also want higher quality food, free of chemical residues.


Dra. Maria Soriano - 20/04/2021

Salmonella prevalence in south east asia and China strategies to reduce bacterial load

Salmonella is one of the most common foodborne pathogenic bacteria. It causes salmonellosis in humans and animals, a major public health burden that has a significant cost worldwide. Poultry is one of the main sources of Salmonella which can infect...


MV. Júlia Pié Orpí - 29/03/2021

Necrotic enteritis in poultry. United States

Economic impact of this disease in United States, is huge and the global cost is estimated to be above 2 billion dollars annually. These losses are related to the mortality, worsening of productive performance, treatment costs and condemnation in...


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