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Aviagen - 25/04/2022

Broiler Management in Hot Weather

Broiler producers aim to attain the best performance from their flocks. In order to achieve this target, they must provide the environment and conditions that will allow the birds to express their genetic potential in a wide range of environments....


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Jerson Andrés Cuéllar Sáenz - 25/01/2022

Overview of egg and broiler production in Mexico

Poultry farming dedicated to egg and broiler production in Mexico plays a very important role in the Mexican economy.


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MV. Júlia Pié Orpí - 28/07/2021

Main viral diseases in broilers in the USA

Some of the viral diseases with greatest economic impact in US broiler production will be discussed in this article. Many of them are immunosuppressive, which means that they impair the functioning of the immune system and make animals prone to...


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MV. Júlia Pié Orpí - 22/12/2020

Most common vaccination programs for broilers

Vaccination programs for broilers is an essential tool for disease prevention, particularly for viral diseases, in poultry farming. It causes an immune response in birds to protect them from the field infection. Vaccines usually contain the...


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Dr. David DĂ­ez Arias - 2/04/2020

Broiler management in the starter phase

The starter phase in broiler farming is a key stage in the production cycle. The length of this period varies depending on the management system, but, generally, it considers approximately the first 14 days of the birds' life. In this phase,...


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Dr. Germán Bertsch - 8/05/2019

Avian coccidiosis: current situation in Southeast Asia and natural control methods

Coccidiosis is recognized as the parasitic disease with the greatest economic impact in the poultry industry worldwide. The losses are estimated at 1.5 trillion dollars per year, represented by a decrease in productive efficiency and anticoccidial...


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