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Poultry Farmning

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Dra Evangelina Zárate - 21/11/2022

1st Phase zootechnical program in broilers

Poultry systems dedicated to meat production must know in detail the elements that make up the system to provide the incoming batch with the necessary conditions that favor the expression of the maximum development potential.


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Dr. Felipe Mendy - 9/11/2022

Rapid transit syndrome incidence in the US. Prevention tools.

The rapid transit syndrome is a frequent problem in the poultry industry all over the world including the US. It is characterized by the presence of partially undigested feed in the droppings and watery feces...


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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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Dr. David DĂ­ez Arias - 22/09/2022

Coccidiosis in India

Coccidiosis in India, highly prevalent in the country and especially in the monsoon season, is a disease that causes many economic losses in the poultry sector, with high mortality and a marked worsening of production indices.


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Dr. Ekaitz Maguregui - 16/09/2022

Poultry production in Ghana

Poultry production in Ghana has a great value on the country's economy, accounting for 14% of the country's total gross domestic product. In Ghana, as in other West African countries, chicken continues to be the main source of protein preferred by...


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