Biovet S.A. will participate in the 2nd International Conference on Necrotic Enteritis to be held in Denver, USA
This annual event focused on the bird's production will be gathering national and international researchers, graduate students, pharmaceutical companies and industry stakeholders
Biovet S.A. will participate in the 2nd International Conference on Necrotic Enteritis, organized by the American Association of Avian Pathologists, with a conference and a scientific poster. The dissertation will address a research about the use of the product Alquermold Natural to control necrotic enteritis caused by Clostridium perfringens and will be presented and will be presented by Dr Elvira Cano, veterinarian from Biovet technical department. The event will be held on July 11th and 12th, in Denver, CO (USA).
Also, Biovet, the company manufacturing the additives of natural origin, will present a scientific poster about the efficacy of Alquermold Natural in a necrotic enteritis model as a treatment in drinking water and as a preventative in feed.
This year, the event celebrates its second edition, and will be gathering researchers, graduate students, and pharmaceutical companies to develop new scientists solutions with the avian sector. "It is a great opportunity to obtain the latest research findings and their future impacts for each participating company", the organizers highlight.
TRIALS OF BIOVET
During her conference, on July 12th, the expert of the technical team of Biovet will present a research carried out in 2017, at the Scientific University of the South, Lima, Peru. On the other hand, the poster will show the results of a study conducted in 2018 in Southern Poultry Research Group, (SPGR) USA, Georgia, to determine the efficacy of Alquermold Natural, a natural biocide based on the cimenol ring (botanical origin), as a treatment and preventive of necrotic enteritis in broilers. Productive performance, mortality and lesion score were evaluated too.
Avian necrotic enteritis is an infectious disease due to the growth of Clostridium perfringens in the intestinal mucosa. It is a sporulated bacterium resistant to thermal treatment up to 120ºC, so it is not eliminated by pelletization process, is able to use non-digestible protein in food and litter.
Necrotic enteritis is currently one of the most prevalent diseases in poultry farms in all countries, especially on broiler farms.
Besides, during the 2nd International Conference on Necrotic Enteritis following issues will be addressed: producing poultry without antibiotics, pathogenesis of Clostridium perfringens, epidemiology of necrotic enteritis, risk factors and its control.
The event will be held in the Denver Sheraton Downtown hotel located at 1550 Court Place, Denver, CO, 80202
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