Abstract: The 18th International Conference of the WPSA Russian branch was successfully held at the All-Russia Poultry Research and Technology Institute. It was a forum to discuss the innovation support of egg and meat poultry production.
Keywords: egg poultry production, meat poultry production, innovations, international conference, veterinary challenges, feeding, genetics, selection, World's Poultry Science Association (WPSA), All-Russia Poultry Research and Technology Institute (VNITIP), genotypic factors, nutrigenomics, vitagens.
Abstract: A new breed of geese with grey colour of feathering was developed, with high productive and reproductive characteristics.
Keywords: poultry production, family selection, geese production, feathering, feeding, diet, male goose, female goose, young male goose, young female goose, young geese survival, egg hatchability, Large Grey breed, Land breed, productivity, live weight, pedigree breeding, thoroughbred geese, egg laying capacity, nest, fatherly and motherly lines, incubation eggs, nest mating, parental pair, selection, pair selection, directional growing, Ural Grey geese.
Abstract: The 18th International Conference of the WPSA Russian branch included an opening ceremony of Biomin’s first laboratory in Russia for feed testing for mycotoxins using high performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC/MS/MS).
Keywords: Biomin, mycotoxins, metabolites, testing, laboratory, LC/MS/MS, deoxynivalenol, zearalenone, fumonisin B1, deoxynivalenol 3-glycozid, aflatoxin B1, ochratoxin A, toxin Ò-2, toxin HT-2.
Abstract: It was found that introduction of an additional amount of organic selenium feed additive DAFS-25k in layer diet within the period after peak productivity improves the condition of reproductive organs, and increases egg quantity and quality.
Keywords: DAFS-25k, selenium, vitamin E, layer, reproductive organs, egg quality
Abstract: Coverage from an Alltech poultry production workshop held in Belgorod.
Keywords: Alltech, pig producers, poultry producers, mycotoxins, feed, broilers, mixed feed, silos, feed dispensing lines, population, intestines, microbial population, Clostridia, Program 37+, grain crops, soya, grain quality, sampling, hen house, toxicity, synergism, yeast, seaweed, egg poultry, eggs, micro nutrients, vitamins.
Abstract: The article describes the evidence of positive effects of chelate forms of micronutrients on synthesis and development of connective tissues, general health of poultry and rate of fattening.
Keywords: broiler chickens, fattening, micronutrients, organic, inorganic, copper, zinc, manganese, chelates, processing, carcass quality, body weight, skeleton, bone anomalies, collagen, poultry, feed, feed additives, diet, herd uniformity, pads, feet development, kashrut slaughter, cell and tissue development, muscle buildup, methionine hydroxy analogue.
Abstract: Sales Manager of Cobb Europe in Russia I. Likhachyova describes in detail in her interview how those who chose Cobb cross poultry at the Russian integrated poultry farms achieve excellent results.
Keywords: poultry, poultry chick, female chicken, male chicken, , layer, parental population, integrated poultry farm, first order nucleus, high viability, live poultry weight, feed, diets, egg, carcass, chicken breast, innovations, genetics, selection, economic efficiency
Abstract: Emergence of new virus variants and new diseases in poultry leads to growth of the number of infections for which vaccination is required. In the current situation, scientific approach to diagnostic tests and preventive measures, based on knowledge of epizootology, biological properties of pathogens, immunology patterns as well as classical and new methods of research is especially important.
Keywords: vaccination, infectious diseases, viruses, immune response, diagnosis, prevention, population immunization, variant strains, broilers, egg layers, feeding, housing, pathogens, environmental factors, immunological rearrangement, live vaccines, inactivated vaccines, biological preparations, secondary infections, antibiotics, bacterial flora, pathogens, egg, meat, infectious bursal disease, industrial poultry farming, viruses, microbes, infectious bronchitis of chicken, metapneumoviral infection, Newcastle disease.
Abstract: Use of feed additives containing a wide range of biologically active substances in layer diets improves consumer properties of eggs and increases their caloric value.
Keywords: egg, layer, poultry, biologically active substances, protein, yolk, shell, lipids, vitamins, carbohydrates, mineral substances, caloric value, component feed additive, diet, amino acids, protein, great nettle, mountain pine, fish meal.
Addition of lime middlings in diets of layers allows improvement of digestibility of calcium from feed and minimization of its wash-out from bones.
Keywords: poultry, layer, egg, shell, feed, diet, feed, egg laying, lime middlings, calcium, phosphor, skeleton, bone marrow, mixed feed, mini-bunker, homogeneity.
In terms of efficacy, probiotics are not inferior to some antibiotics; they do not render destructive impact on microflora of the digestive tract, do not contaminate poultry and livestock products, therefore, they are safe for humans.
Keywords: immunization, population, specific immunity, non-specific immunity, pathogen, endemic resistance, genetic identity, microorganism, cell, infection, marker substances, resistance, РАМР, PRR, receptor, membrane, vaccine, natural killers, interleukins, antigen, «immunological hardening», probiotics, poultry, productivity.
To achieve high productivity and weight uniformity in a commercial herd of ducks, live weight of the poultry should be monitored, their diet in the first weeks of life should be carefully balanced, and feed should be regularly distributed.
Keywords: Cherry Valley, ducks, ducklings, herd, population, poultry, feed, grain, feeding, live weight gain, growth potential, uniformity, diet, SM3, parental herd, commercial herd, weighing, feed spreader, disks, dispenser, rotation, productivity, regulatory standards, Peking breed.
The company Novus markets chelated trace minerals with high degree of bioavailability (OME) under a trade mark MINTREX® that enhances broiler productivity, in particular, due to an increase in carcass yield and improvement of carcass quality.
Keywords: chicken pads, pododermatites, broilers, trace elements, poultry, health, minerals, parental population, metallothionein, biomarker, manure, cells and tissues, strong skeleton, Mintrex.
New generation phytase, which can be added in feed in increased doses, improves availability of phosphor, calcium, sodium, raw protein, and amino acids in feed. However, correct calculation of mixed feed formulation requires considering the effects of each enzyme.
Keywords: phytase, enzymes, mixed feed, broilers, energy, amino acids, protein, phosphor, calcium, sodium, metabolizable energy, lysine, methionine, cysteine, assimilable, phytates, donor, producer strain, live weight gain, diet, nutrient value, pH environment, bacterial 6 phytase, hydrolysis, feed conversion, matrix.