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Magazine of veterinary information, medicine and zootechnics, specialized in the poultry, pig, ruminant and aquaculture sectors

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Nutrition

Blogs

Technonews

Dra. Maria Soriano - 18/06/2021

Effect of the combination of intestinal optimizer and intestinal conditioner pronutrients in lactating piglets

The weight of the piglets and the feed intake during the weeks after weaning are key factors in pig production, which may allow to predict the productive efficiency in the fattening period.


Blogs

Technonews

Dr. Ekaitz Maguregui - 6/05/2021

Use of intestinal optimizer pronutrients in the prevention of coccidiosis in newborn piglets

Coccidiosis in newborn piglets is a highly prevalent disease and has great importance in intensive breeding of pigs, due to its negative effects on growth and development of piglets.


Blogs

Inter Videre

Veterinaria Digital - 3/07/2019

“Protein quality has a direct and transcendent impact on feed quality”

Interview about animal nutrition with Dr. Alfonso Sobalvarro (CMI, Guatemala), who attended to the 32 Biovet International Symposium and gave a conference entitled "Use of Alquernat Zycox and Alquernat Nebsui in the production of broilers free of AGP...


Blogs

Technonews

Technonews VD - 18/06/2019

Intestinal conditioner pronutrients improve intestinal absorption of amino acids

In animal nutrition, ensuring good levels of amino acids is key to achieve optimal production parameters, through an in vitro trial, we evaluate the effect of intestinal conditioner pronutrients (IAP) on the absorption of amino acids (tryptophan and...


Blogs

Technonews

Technonews VD - 19/02/2019

Intestinal conditioners (pronutrients) improve digestion efficiency

Intestinal conditioner pronutrients stimulate enterocytes physiology and improve the structure of the digestive mucosa. This improvement in digestive efficiency is reflected in a decrease in the relative intestinal weight. reduced relative intestinal...


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 29/10/2018

Trichothecenes in proventriculus

Birds' proventriculus is the true stomach where digestive acids are secreted. Its mucosa is resistant to chemical abrasions and the usual pH of its surface is 2. Despite this, contact with trichothecens of feed causes chemical burns.


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