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Featured Paper
  • Thursday, February 7, 2019
    Melina Bonato and Liliana Borges, R&D, ICC Brazil
    Poultry production systems are highly challenging. They are affected by environmental factors like temperature, ventilation, population density and other stressing agents (Rocha et al., 2014). Additionally, pathogens and mycotoxins are constantly present, which may reduce or affect the immune response of broilers.
  • Global warming and the growing consumer demand for animal derived food and meat, particularly in newly industrializing countries with hot climates, raise public concerns on animal welfare, long-term sustainable livestock production and food-and consumer safety.
Thursday, February 7, 2019
post-weaning diarrhoea
  • Throughout the weaning process, piglets are exposed to high stress conditions: it is separated from its mother and put into a new environment with piglets from other litters. Moreover,the diet changes from highly digestible sow milk, to solid, less digestible feed. Thus, the feed intake and daily weight gain decreases.
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