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News and analysis on the global poultry
and animal feed industries.
Poultry Nutrition / Poultry Welfare
on January 1, 2018

Five ways to optimize your broiler production

Learn how incorporating nutritional tools into poultry diets can go beyond traditional nutrition and overcome modern obstacles to optimal profitability. Sponsored by Novus.

How to optimize health in antibiotic-free production programs

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Project Horizon aims to help producers reduce the need for antibiotics in their production systems through prevention and responses to health challenges. Gain access to Novus’s expertise in gut health, nutrition and management strategies in this newly released report.

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Benefits of fiber feed additives in poultry nutrition

Insoluble fiber source is essential for poultry welfare and performance.

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Improving breeder performance with trace minerals from hen to chick

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Trace minerals such as zinc, copper and manganese play an essential role in the maintenance of the health and productivity of the breeder bird. Supplementing breeder diets with MINTREX® chelated trace minerals (MMHAC) maximizes egg production and hatchability up to 80 weeks of age when compared to other organic and inorganic mineral sources.

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8 antibiotic-free broiler production do’s and don’ts

Poultry expert covers what poultry growers should and should not do when moving to an antibiotic-free program. He also discussed antibiotic alternatives.

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Protease: a promising tool to alleviate necrotic enteritis losses

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Necrotic enteritis has been estimated to affect up to 40 percent of commercial broiler flocks and is believed to cost the industry roughly five cents per broiler in the United States. On average, necrotic enteritis negatively impacts the global poultry industry by over $2 billion every year. Learn how protease can minimize these losses and protect profitability.

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