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UK poultry producers facing worm problem after floods
With the UK in the grip of the wettest, wildest winter on record, flocks are prone to infection from an upsurge of parasitic worms that can hit production hard. Wet weather increases the likelihood of survival of worm eggs in the environment and can cause a serious burden on poultry health, even on ...
Washington State reports new case of IBDV in poultry
The viral poultry disease, Infectious Bursal Disease Virus (IBDV), which is not known to infect humans or other animals has now been confirmed in a flock of birds in Washington state, US. The viral infection can result in high death losses in flocks, affecting young birds significantly. The disease ...
Online tool to benchmark feather loss in laying hens
A collaborative project in the UK has produced a new online tool to help monitor and benchmark feather loss in laying hens. AssureWel, a five-year collaborative project led by the RSPCA, Soil Association and the University of Bristol, created the tool so that non-caged laying hen producers can comp...
Extrusion improves digestibility of sorghum starch
Researchers found out that extrusion of sorghum starch shows positive effects enhances ruminal and intestinal digestibility, rumen microbial yield and growth in lambs fed on high-concentrate diets. Sorghum was extruded using the following four temperature and pressure combinations: T1 = 90 °C/17 bar...
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The IDF International Symposium on Sheep, Goat and other non-Cow Milk
The IDF International Symposium on Sheep, Goat and other non-Cow Milk The IDF International Symposium on Sheep, Goat and other non-Cow Milk aims to provide the most up to date knowledge and research for scientists and other professionals involved in the sheep and goats dairy sectors (milk produc...