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Half of the birds reared worldwide are estimated to suffer from the consequences of heat stress during the summer period. The first visible sign is an increase in the water: feed ratio, however recent research has also shown that excessively hot conditions have an impact on the gut structure and its permeability. Reduced feed consumption and decreased intestinal integrity and function result in the decreased energy intake, animal discomfort and the reduced performance parameters associated with summer months. An effective building temperature control ...
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Lallemand Animal Nutrition
It is now well-established that heat stress is a major cause of milk production loss, but shall we all feel concerned about this risk?
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