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Dra. Maria Soriano - 24/10/2022

Outlook of the poultry industry in Southeast Asia

The outlook for poultry farming in Southeast Asia for this fourth quarter of 2022 and early 2023 may be optimistic, with raw material costs being the biggest challenge. Although prices have risen, they seem to be more stable now.


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Veterinaria Digital - 14/10/2022

Efficient solutions for the egg production industry and the poultry market

The egg production industry continues to grow quickly, so there are effective solutions to supply the needs of the sector and the poultry market.


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Dra Evangelina Zárate - 14/09/2022

The importance of minerals in poultry production

Poultry nutrition is a broad complex that involves the adaptation of diets to different production systems (broilers in intensive conditions, commercial layers, breeders and variants of these systems) covering the needs of birds for metabolizable...


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Dr. Ekaitz Maguregui - 5/09/2022

Importance of proper hydration of chicks during the first hours of breeding

Newborn chicks are 80% water and after the first 18 hours of life, they begin to lose approximately 0.20% of their body weight per hour until they begin to rehydrate...


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Dr. José Luis Rodríguez - 17/08/2022

Intestinal physiological improvement in broiler chickens through the use of pronutrients of botanical origin

The poultry industry has been developing reliable and effective alternative solutions to the use of antimicrobials, without compromising productivity and animal welfare


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Dra. Maria Soriano - 15/07/2022

Coccidiosis in Malaysia and the Philippines

Coccidiosis is the most common intestinal parasitosis of commercial poultry worldwide. Coccidia multiplication in the gut mucosa hinders feed digestion and nutrient absorption and, in turn, impairs the feed conversion efficacy and growth rate.


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