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Culture water pre-inoculation of probiotics in Pacific white shrimp nurseries. Longer inoculation of probiotics improves postlarvae growth, survival
A probiotic treatment may help protect salmonid species from cold-water disease. Probiotic protection also may offer a way to reduce the use of antibiotics
Sales of probiotic-fed chicken products in the United States have increased 34% in the last year due to the demand for antibiotic-free poultry.
Probiotics are an increasingly popular alternative to antibiotic growth promoters, but more research needs to be conducted.
Probiotic and prebiotic use may support growth, digestion and immune functioning in farmed snakehead, say researchers.
Next steps will be to test customized probiotics on poultry farms.
Despite growing trends in probiotic use, their application in aquafeeds has been constrained by the aggressive feed manufacture process,
Probiotics as an alternative to traditional antimicrobials to combat pathogens including Salmonella, Campylobacter jejuni and Clostridium perfringens in poultry
As aquaculture develops, the industry faces several challenges related to its environmental impact. The application of beneficial bacteria (probiotics)
Many fish and shrimp farmers who are interested in using Halamid, for protection of their valuable crop, ask how this will interfere with the probiotics