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Probiotics in Poultry Production

Edited by Wael H A Abdelrahman

Contents

  • Introduction
  • Probiotics – basic concept, mode of action and product development aspects
  • Probiotics and intestinal inflammation in poultry
  • Influence of probiotics on intestinal structure and barrier functionality of poultry
  • Intestinal integrity and the reduction of leg abnormalities in poultry
  • Bacterial chondronecrosis with osteomyelitis and lameness in broilers: pathogenesis, experimental models, and preventative treatments
  • Probiotics as alternatives to antimicrobial growth promoters (AGPs) in broiler nutrition: modes of action and effects on performance
  • Probiotics and Campylobacter colonization control in poultry
  • Probiotics in laying hens – prevention of reproductive tract infections
  • Probiotics as a strategy to fight necrotic enteritis in chicken
  • Probiotics for salmonella control in poultry
  • Probiotics and coccidiosis control in poultry

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Probiotics in Poultry Production

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Mycotoxins in Swine Production

Edited by Inês Rodrigues and Maximillian Smith

Contents

  • Foreword by Inês Rodrigues
  • Mycotoxins - General Concepts
  • Mycotoxicoses in Swine
  • Swine Immune System
  • Analyzing Mycotoxin Content in Commodities / Feeds
  • Fighting Mycotoxins
  • Literature

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Mycotoxins in Swine Production

Mycotoxins Quo Vadis? Why Feed Additives?

Radu Marti, Rǎzvan Mihail Radu-Rusu, Coordinator – Prof. Ioan Vacaru-Opris

Contents

  • Foreword
  • Animal Rearing between Illusion and Pragmatism
  • Feed Additives – Fetish or Reality?
  • Classification of Feed Additives and their Role
  • Mycotoxins – “Silent Killers”. Where do they come from? Since when? Where are they heading?
  • Personal Research on the Inactivation and the Detoxification of Mycotoxins in Broiler Chickens' Feed
  • Conclusions

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Mycotoxins Quo Vadis? Why Feed Additives?

Poultry Diseases Influenced by Gastrointestinal Health

Gino Lorenzoni

Contents

  • Introduction to Gut Health
  • Basic introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the digestive systems
  • Immune functions of the gastrointestinal tract
  • Modulating the gastrointestinal ecosystem
  • Diseases in poultry directly influenced by gut health
  • Diseases in poultry indirectly influenced by gut health
  • Diseases in humans caused by bacterial infections vectored by poultry
  • Conclusions

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Poultry Diseases Influenced by Gastrointestinal Health

Phytogenics In Animal Nutrition: Natural Concepts To Optimize Gut Health And Performance

Tobias Steiner

Contents

  • Preface
  • Essential Oils: Biochemistry, Production and Utilisation
  • Phytogenic Feed Additives to Young Piglets and Poultry: Mechanisms and Application
  • Influence of Phytogenics on the Immunity of Livestock and Poultry
  • Phytobased Products for the Control of Intestinal Diseases in Chickens in the Post Antibiotic Era
  • Enhancing Feed Intake by the Sow during Lactation using Phytogenics
  • Phytogenic Compounds in Broiler Nutrition
  • Essential Oils as Feed Additives in Ruminant Nutrition
  • The Potential of Phytogenic Compounds in Aquaculture
  • Application and Benefits of Phytogenics in Egg Production
  • Conclusions

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Phytogenics In Animal Nutrition: Natural Concepts To Optimize Gut Health And Performance

Managing Gut Health-Natural Growth Promoters As A Key To Animal Performance

Tobias Steiner

Contents

  • Introduction
  • Gut microflora
  • Use of antibiotic growth promoters in animal nutrition
  • Natural Growth Promoters - alternatives to antibiotics
  • Acidifiers
  • Probiotics
  • Prebiotics
  • Feed enzymes
  • Phytogenics
  • Immune stimulants
  • Conclusions

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Managing Gut Health


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Science & Solutions No. 54 - Aquaculture

In this issue: Probiotics to boost immune fitness and gut health; Fusarium mycotoxins continue to threaten Southeast Asian aquaculture; Taking the perfect sample for mycotoxin analysis

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What Is a Mycotoxin and How Can It Harm My Animals?

Invisible to the naked eye and responsible for considerable economic losses, mycotoxins merit attention and proper mitigation in order to protect your animals and your operation’s profitability.

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