Understanding the microbiome of changing birds

Understanding the microbiome of changing birds

A select group of nutritionist from all major poultry producing countries in the world gathered at the first edition of World Rising Nutritionists 2019 in Lisbon. Organiser Dupont animal nutrition was at the helm of in-depth and open discussions on the current...
Summer Challenge: Protect poultry farms from heat stress

Summer Challenge: Protect poultry farms from heat stress

Within the context of the Cladan segment in Cátedra Avícola the magazine interviewed Pedro Deluchi – Poultry Division Manager- who told us about this issue that affects production in the summer, Cladan’s strategy to provide solutions  and the use of one of...
Thailand highlights its poultry welfare standards

Thailand highlights its poultry welfare standards

THAILAND – The animal welfare movement has become global in its push to help billions of animals live in better conditions However, it has a deeper meaning in livestock businesses. For Thai food producers, high welfare products are not about offering alternative...
How Thai poultry business is revamping its image

How Thai poultry business is revamping its image

As consumers shift their focus to health and wellness, the Thai poultry industry has to adopt a new identity synonymous with high quality poultry production by pushing its food safety and animal welfare practices to meet the global standard. The industry, best known...
Processed soya to improve performance of broiler chickens

Processed soya to improve performance of broiler chickens

Processed soya bean meal in broilers led to significantly increased feed conversion rates and body weight gain, according to newly published research. Researchers from Roslin Nutrition, Scotland and AB Agri Ltd, England, carried out a study to investigate whether the...
Organic acids invaluable tool for poultry gut health

Organic acids invaluable tool for poultry gut health

Protected benzoic acid improved growth performance in birds that were subject to Eimeria challenge, according to new research released this week by Novus International. Frances Yan, senior poultry nutrition research scientist at Novus, told the Poultry Science...