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Technonews

Technonews VD - 4/06/2019

Effect of an intestinal optimizer in laying hens

The trial was conducted in Romania beetwen 2017 and 2018 with Isa Brown laying hens, and was aimed at preventing coccidiosis and minimizing economic losses related to the disease through the use of an intestinal optimizer. An intestinal optimizer is a...


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 23/04/2019

Soybean oil and Eimeria acervulina

Weather conditions during the cultivation of soy can facilitate fungal infestations and affect the gran and oil nutritional quality. The increase in the acidity of the oil used in poultry formulations causes intestinal irritation that, in many occasions,...


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 4/03/2019

Coccidia by Eimeria acervulina

Eimeria acervulina es una especie de coccidio que afecta al intestino delgado, se manifiesta en forma de lesiones blancas en el interior de la mucosa y su patogenia se ve influida por la presencia de otros coccidios, por la presencia de micotoxinas y por...


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Main Pathologies

Dra. Maria Soriano - 9/01/2019

Porcine coccidiosis

Porcine coccidiosis is a very common parasitic disease of global relevance in porcine farming because of its negative effects on performance and growth of piglets. The name of this disease is used as a general term to describe clinical signs and lesions...


Blogs

Dr. David DĂ­ez Arias - 12/09/2018

Pronutrients and productive parameters in broilers

In 2018, a study conducted in Antioquia region (Colombia) evaluate the effects of intestinal optimizer pronutrients and intestinal conditioner pronutrients, administered from day 21st to 40th of the production cycle, on productive parameters.


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Veterinaria Digital - 19/08/2018

Avian coccidiosis by Eimeria necatrix

Eimeria necatrix is a coccidia that affects the middle part of the small intestine, whose effects on productivity are weight gain reduction, worsening of the feed conversion rate and decrease of xanthophylls absorption. It has also been considered as a...


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