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Ioannis Mavromichalis, Ph.D., gives his views on poultry, pig and dairy nutrition based on his experience as a nutrition consultant with clients around the worl
John Campbell, chairman of Glenrath Farms, counsels that U.S. egg producers should work to keep the U.S. egg market from going to free-range.
If we were to mention the main nutritional issues faced by the egg industry, we could focus on twelve points that are the focus of nutritionists, feed mills
Examining the daily intake and output of calcium in layer hens can aid us in designing a better feeding program that will prolong the egg production cycle while
Managing body weight for age is the key for maximizing lifetime performance in egg-layer pullets. A robust pullet will sustain peak productivity for longer
Calcium is a sensitive nutrient in layer feeds requiring careful design during formulation and ingredient selection.
Hens can deposit extra vitamins from their feed into their eggs, so why not pack up on vitamins while enjoying our eight-egg omelet?
Phytase superdosing can achieve phytate destruction, eliminating lower phytate esters that have anti-nutritional effects.
The feeding behavior of broilers and breeders is affected by external factors that farm mangers can use to raise performance and realize genetic potential.
With many laying hens coming out of cages, most poultry producers in the U.S. and EU won’t even consider raising broiler in cages, but should they?