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Biovet S.A. - 29/08/2023

Innovative Solution to High Ammonia Levels in Aquaculture

Elevated ammonia levels in aquaculture systems can lead to a range of adverse effects, including physiological stress, gill damage, suppression of the immune system, and in extreme cases, mortality.


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Biovet S.A. - 16/09/2022

Poultry production in Ghana

Poultry production in Ghana has a great value on the country's economy, accounting for 14% of the country's total gross domestic product. In Ghana, as in other West African countries, chicken continues to be the main source of protein preferred by...


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Dr. David Díez Arias - 2/08/2022

Egg production in south India

Currently, the egg production in India is around 115000 million annually, which indicates that it has multiplied by 10 since the ‘80s, and this growth must continue in order to supply the also growing population, and to increase per capita...


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Biovet S.A. - 23/09/2021

COLISTIN: Limitations and strategies to replace it as an antibiotic growth promoter (AGP)

Currently, the use of colistin as a growth promoter is already prohibited in several Latin American countries such as Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Mexico; and it should not take long to reach the rest of the countries. In Central...


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Biovet S.A. - 13/08/2021

Mycotoxins in pets

Today the most widespread way of feeding pets is with commercially prepared feed, since it represents an easy and inexpensive way to meet the nutrient needs of dogs and cats at various stages of their life, both in healthy and pathological...


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Biovet S.A. - 3/02/2021

Natural solutions for the reduction of Clostridium in pigs

Clostridial diseases are caused by microorganisms of the genus Clostridium, which includes numerous species of bacteria. These have the form of bacilli, are anaerobic, capable of forming spores, which allows them to persist in the environment for...


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