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/PageFiles/23967/002_boerderij-image-1598175.jpegClimate change and multi-mycotoxin occurrence

News Water availability and temperature are considered the main factors influencing fungal growth and hence mycotoxins formation. A rise in CO2 levels and high variability in weather conditions have also been shown to affect mycotoxin production. By Paula Kovalsky & Karin Nährer, product manage...
http://www.allaboutfeed.net/Home/General/2014/10/Climate-change-and-multi-mycotoxin-occurrence-1598166W/

/PageFiles/23063/001_boerderij-image-1493752.jpegAg co-products in poultry diets reduces emissions

News Adding agricultural co-products to poultry diets has the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from poultry production – provided the cost of these co-products remains low and supplies are adequate, a new study suggests. Scientists from Newcastle and Cranfield Universities carried out a joint...
http://www.allaboutfeed.net/Nutrition/General/2014/4/Ag-co-products-in-poultry-diets-reduces-emissions-1496281W/

/PageFiles/22702/001_boerderij-image-1470842.jpegRapeseed based feed cuts greenhouse gases by 13%

News The use of rapeseed cake in the production of livestock feed cuts methane and carbon dioxide emissions by up to 13%, according to the initial results of the research carried out by Neiker-Tecnalia within the framework of the Life-Seed Capital project. Specifically, the incorporation of this oilseed ...
http://www.allaboutfeed.net/Nutrition/Research/2014/2/Rapeseed-based-feed-cuts-greenhouse-gases-by-13-1470825W/

/PageFiles/21404/001_boerderij-image-1258065.jpegUsing egg yolk antibodies to cut poultry nitrogen emissions

News One of the environmental challenges that the poultry industry has faced is manure utilisation and/or disposal. A joint US/Canadian study looked at the potential of reducing poultry nitrogen emissions with specific uricase egg yolk feed grade antibodies By: WK Kim, PH Patterson, JC Rodriguez-Leco...
http://www.allaboutfeed.net/Nutrition/Diet-Formulation/2013/5/Using-egg-yolk-antibodies-to-cut-poultry-nitrogen-emissions-1258034W/