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Veterinaria Digital - 16/05/2022

Biovet S.A. presented its products for laying hens in a technical videoconference

Laying hens are currently a key element in poultry farming worldwide due to their efficient and sustainable production. To obtain an efficient system, it is advisable to use additives that provide laying hens with excellent quality feed, which...


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Veterinaria Digital - 12/01/2022

Egg production in Japan continues growing positively

Egg production in Japan is one of the most stable and growing sectors in recent decades.


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Veterinaria Digital - 6/11/2020

Reduce microbial load in commercial laying hens

Challenges in commercial laying hens was the title of the fourth session of the Biovet International Symposium held on Thursday October 15th 2020. In this videoconference a trial about the use of the natural preservative of Biovet S.A.,...


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Veterinaria Digital - 14/10/2020

Biovet joins the global celebration of world egg day

In conclusion, this trial proved, once more, that Alquernat Nebsui improves digestion processes and indirectly enhances egg production and egg quality in layers. The product is not only highly effective but has many other advantages such as it does...


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Veterinaria Digital - 25/08/2020

Heat stress in layers: Biovet’s Alquerfeed product line

In warm seasons, the basic thermoregulation mechanisms are insufficient and heat stress causes problems in the birds. Initially, lethargic birds are observed, with stretched wings, increased water consumption, decreased feed intake and low...


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Veterinaria Digital - 25/05/2020

Fighting coronavirus with Alquernat Immuplus

For the last months, coronavirus has been one of the main contemporary topics due to the human pandemic that spread across the world, and many people from the sector wonder whether the coronavirus can affect poultry. The answer is yes, birds can...


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