Read up on the latest updates in the poultry feed industry, including the influence of consumer perceptions on poultry feed formulations, research on fumonisins in poultry feed and a patent issued in India for poultry feed aimed at producing eggs with an optimized concentration of vitamins and minerals.
1. Consumer perceptions shaping poultry feed formulations:The results of WATT Global Media’s 2015Nutrition & Feed Survey show that in terms of poultry feed formulations, going "antibiotic free" or "drug free" will have the greatest impact on feed operations going forward. Non-GMO and organic formulations also ranked high in some regions.View all survey results.
2. Do fumonisins predispose poultry to metabolic and immunologic disorders?: When present in feed, fumonisins can have a serious impact on the performance of poultry flocks. Evidence has emerged recently showing that fumonisins might predispose birds to metabolic and immunologic disorders. Data has shown that ingestion of 10 ppmfumonisins in feedaffects the expression of proteins related to pro- and anti-inflammatory responses in the intestinal tract of broiler chickens. At 20 ppm, fumonisins induce higher excretion of Eimeria strains, the parasites responsible for coccidiosis, in poultry.
3. Patent granted in India for poultry layer feed: Panjab University in India recently granted a patent to the Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council (TIFAC) for "A Modified Poultry Feed for Production of Eggs," reported
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Poultry feed formulations influenced by market conditions
For Full Access: Log In OR Register Poultry feed formulations influenced by market conditions Exchange rate movements generate a mixed outlook from survey respondents By Jackie Roembke Overall respondents were positive about profitability in 2015; however, Latin American readers swayed the curve with a.Read more at Wattagnet
Why control fumonisins in poultry feed?
Why control fumonisins in poultry feed. These toxins are a major contaminant of corn (maize), which is a major constituent of poultry diets. Fumonisins were not previously considered a major threat to the poultry industry, however, research over the past 15 years has revealed significant fumonisin interactions with birds’ immune and digestive system.Read more at Wattagnet
Patent for modified poultry feed
CHANDIGARH: Panjab University (PU) has been granted a patent by Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council (TIFAC) for an invention entitled 'A Modified Poultry Feed for Production of Eggs'. The information was given by PU vice chancellor Arun K Grover, while addressing the syndicate meeting at PU on Sunday.Read more at India Times