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Getting broiler chicks eating early pays dividends in the long term.
Today, feed accounts for up to 70% of total production costs. That's why efficiency of use is one of the most crucial factors as broiler growers look to maintain margins. A slight improvement in performance here can result in an increase to your bottom line.
Feed efficiency is generally defined in two ways: feed conversion efficiency (FCE) and feed conversion ratio (FCR).
The most common method for broilers is FCR, calculated by the amount of feed needed per kilogram of bodyweight gain, and should be as low as possible.
Throughout the life of the broiler, the best FCR is seen in the first five to seven days, due to low or almost no heat production in chicks during this period. This results in a lower calorific expense and an overall lower maintenance cost. FCR can be even lower than 1:1 at this point.
Another contributing factor to the lower FCR is the fat and protein from the yolk sac. However if early feed consumption is limited, chicks will use the protein from the yolk sac for energy instead of growth.
Feeding During Brooding
To get the best results during this short period, it is critical to ensure adequate access to feed. The most important part of preparation for brooding, therefore, is to provide sufficient feeding space for the birds by having supplemental chick trays and/or chick paper.
If chick trays are used, there should be one tray per 50 chicks, evenly distributed throughout the brooding area. Refresh the trays two to three times a day with new feed, as doing this once a day doesn’t stimulate feed intake enough. The golden rule is never allow trays to run out of feed.
At the fourth day, the trays can be moved closer to the feed system, before removing them around day seven. It takes hard work and dedication to achieve the optimum early feed intake using this method.
When using chick paper, at least 50% of the brooding area should be covered with a paper type strong enough to last until at least day 5. The paper needs to be placed near the drinking system. If only one application is used, 75g of feed per chick must be offered on the paper, which will ben early consumed in three to four days.
Growers are sometimes afraid of feed waste and are reluctant to place 75g of feed on that paper. But they need to appreciate that, at the start, each 1g of feed consumed increased the bodyweight by 1g.
Studies have shown that the waste of feed using paper is approximately 15-20%, while feed intake in the first four days from feeders is between 25-30g. Based on these numbers, a theoretical estimate of cost-benefit can be made comparing 35g and 70g of feed per chick on paper.
To ensure that all preparations have the maximum benefit, a simple crop-fill evaluation should be done the morning after placement. A sample of at least 100 chicks from three positions in the house is needed. The absolute minimum of chicks with full crops should be 85% at this time. This simple evaluation will let you know if you have adequate supplementary feed available.
Seven-Day Bodyweight
Providing sufficient feeding space in the first days helps to increase the seven-day bodyweight and support the efficient use of the yolk sac for growth.
The importance of feed intake during the first seven days cannot be over-emphasized. It is the only opportunity to gain such growth and provide the basis for good overall performance.
Attaining higher sever-day bodyweights generally results in higher bodyweights at the end of the flock, better uniformity and lower mortality through less culling.
It has also been shown that higher seven-day bodyweights have a great influence on the overall FCR of a broiler. There is a linear effect, showing that an increase in seven-day bodyweight reduces the FCR.
While this effect is not as profound with an increase from 140g to 160g, there is a 10-point improvement in FCR with an increase from 160g to 180g in seven-day bodyweight.
The reduction of 10 points in FCR will result in roughly 170g less feed being needed per broiler – easily making up any feed wattage by placing more feed in the first few days.
Uniformity Matters
Many factors help decrease FCR associated with increasing seven-day bodyweight, but the most important one is better uniformity.
Increased feed availability reduces the number of non-starters and helps smaller chicks compensate.
In a flock with an average seven-day weight of 182g, roughly 12% of chicks will still be below 160g. The flock could improve the feed intake of weaker chicks by increased supplementary feeding space and feed availability, raising the overall performance.
Uniformity of a flock starts from the first hour after placement and the influence of uniform feed intake cannot be corrected later. To take full advantage of the modern broilers’ genetic potential, chicks should never have to search for their next meal.
Ensuring good feed availability will ensure consumption at an early age, resulting in successful seven-day bodyweights, thus laying the foundation for the best feed efficiency.
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Streptococcus suis, allarme dalla Cina per una zoonosi poco considerata
Alfredo Caprioli1
, Annalisa Pantosti2
, Loris Alborali3
Dipartimento di Sanità Alimentare e Animale e 2
Dipartimento di Malattie Infettive,
Parassitarie e Immunomediate, Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Roma
3 Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale della Lombardia e dell’Emilia, Brescia
Nel mese di Luglio 2015 sono pervenute notizie allarmanti dalla Provincia di Sichuan in Cina,dove si sono verificati numerosi casi di infezione da Streptococcus suis, un batterio di origine animale. I dettagli clinici e microbiologici su questo episodio sono ancora piuttosto incerti, ma in data 3 Agosto l’organizzazione Mondiale della Sanità ha confermato l’esistenza di un’epidemia. Negli ultimi anni le malattie infettive trasmesse dagli animali
all’uomo (zoonosi) hanno suscitato particolare interesse e allarme e anche in questo caso i media hanno riportato con risalto l’avvenimento. Questa nota ha lo scopo di fornire alcune
informazioni sia ai cittadini che agli operatori sanitari che potrebbero trovarsi a fronteggiare un caso di infezione da S. suis.
Generalità
Streptococcus suis è un batterio patogeno per la specie suina in cui può causare meningite, setticemia, polmonite, artrite, pericarditie, endocardite, polisierosite. L’infezione
può anche essere asintomatica e gli animali “portatori sani” albergano il microrganismo nelle tonsille o nelle cavità nasali.
I ceppi di S.suis possono essere suddivisi in 35 sierotipi, che possono presentare diverse caratteristiche di virulenza. Il sierotipo 2 è quello più frequentemente associato a patologia.
Le infezioni da S.suis colpiscono prevalentemente animali giovani, ma possono manifestarsi a tutte le età. La terapia antibiotica con beta-lattamici è generalmente efficace,ma alcuni ceppi possono presentare il fenomeno dell’antibiotico-resistenza.
Le infezioni umane
S. suis può occasionalmente infettare altre specie animali e l’uomo. Nell’uomo sono in genere implicati ceppi di sierotipo 2 e l’infezione si manifesta come meningite, più raramente come sepsi con shock settico spesso fatale. Una complicanza particolarmente
frequente nella meningite da S. suis è la sordità, che si verifica in oltre il 50% dei casi.
Gli antibiotici beta-lattamici rappresentano la terapia di scelta.
I ceppi isolati in Italia dai suini sono generalmente sensibili ad ampicillina, amoxicillina, amoxicillina associata ad acido clavulanico e cefalosporine. Frequente invece la resistenza
a macrolidi, tetracicline, aminoglicosidici, sulfamidici e lincosamidi.
Le infezioni umane da S. suis sono state descritte particolarmente nei paesi asiatici (Tailandia, Hong Kong, Giappone), ma anche in paesi europei come Olanda, Grecia,
Francia, Germania, Croazia. In Italia un caso è stato descritto nel 1995. In Olanda, Il laboratorio di riferimento per le meningiti batteriche ha registrato 30 casi tra il 1968 e il
1984, stimando un’incidenza media annua di 3 casi per 100.000 soggetti professionalmente esposti (vedi paragrafo seguente).
La maggior parte dei casi descritti in letteratura si è verificata in persone con esposizione professionale ai suini o alle loro carni: allevatori, lavoratori dei macelli o di impianti di sezionamento e lavorazione delle carni. Sono stati registrati casi tra persone che avevano manipolato carne di maiale in casa propria (macellazione familiare) o tra cacciatori di cinghiali che avevano eviscerato gli animali abbattuti. Si ritiene che i soggetti esposti al
contatto con suini o carni suine infetti contraggano l’infezione attraverso lesioni della cute e forse per via inalatoria, mentre viene considerata improbabile una trasmissione per via
alimentare, attraverso carni poco cotte o insaccati non stagionati correttamente. La probabilità di contrarre l’infezione può aumentare molto qualora le carcasse degli animali
deceduti per infezione acuta vengano utilizzate a fini alimentari invece di essere correttamente distrutte. La carica di S.suis nei tessuti degli animali malati è infatti enormemente più elevata di quella molto bassa riscontabile nelle tonsille degli animali
portatori sani. Indicazioni per una corretta identificazione delle infezioni umane da S.suis
E’ possibile che casi di meningite da S.suis non vengano correttamente identificati come tali. Uno studio retrospettivo condotto in Tailandia ha mostrato come in 5 di 8 casi di
infezione da S.suis il ceppo batterico isolato fosse stato inizialmente identificato in modo inesatto o generico (Streptococcus pneumoniae o “streptococco viridante”).I fattori che possono far sospettare un’infezione da S.suis sono:
• un’anamnesi di esposizione a suini o carni suine, inclusi cinghiali;
• un quadro clinico di meningite con perdita dell’udito.
Una corretta identificazione dei ceppi isolati dalle colture di liquido cefalo-rachidiano o da emocolture può essere effettuata come segue:
• subcoltura su Agar sangue di montone: colonie piccole, leggermente mucoidi, alfa
emolitiche (beta-emolitiche su Agar sangue di cavallo);
• Gram: cocchi gram-positivi spesso a coppia o brevi catenelle soprattutto se l’esame
microscopico è effettuato da coltura in terreno liquido;
• i ceppi possono essere identificati mediante prove biochimiche in macrometodo
(fermentazione di lattosio, mannitolo, sorbitolo, trealosio, idrolisi dell’esculina e Streptococcus suis, allarme dalla Cina per unai miniaturizzati come API Strep ID32.
• l’identificazione può essere confermata utilizzando un antisiero policlonale specifico per S. suis sierotipo 2.
Si invitano i colleghi a inviare eventuali ceppi sospetti a:
Istituto Superiore di Sanità
Dipartimento di Malattie Infettive, Parassitarie e Immunomediate
Viale Regina Elena 299, 00161 Rome Italy
Tel. 06-49903333
Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale della Lombardia e dell’Emilia
Sezione Diagnostica di Brescia
Via A. Bianchi 9, 25124 Brescia
Tel. 030-2290221
Bibliografia
• Arends JP, Zanen HC. Meningitis caused by Streptococcus suis in humans. Rev
Infect Dis. 1988; 10:131-7.
• Donsakul K, Dejthevaporn C, Witoonpanich R. Streptococcus suis infection: clinical
features and diagnostic pitfalls. Southeast Asian J Trop Med Public Health. 2003;
34:154-8.
• Marie J, Morvan H, Berthelot-Herault F, Sanders P, Kempf I, Gautier-Bouchardon
AV, Jouy E, Kobisch M. Antimicrobial susceptibility of Streptococcus suis
isolated from swine in France and from humans in different countries between 1996
and 2000. J Antimicrob Chemother. 2002 Aug;50(2):201-9.
• Perseghin P, Bezzi G, Troupioti P, Gallina M. Streptococcus suis meningitis in an
Italian blood donor. Lancet. 1995; 346:1305-6.
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The growing problem of resistance to conventional antibiotics and the request of food safety for humans has stimulated interest in the development of antimicrobial peptides as animal health products.

Essential oil, they can adjust the body to balance, and work for the immunity of nerves, body fluids and cells. Problems: The composition of medicine is quite complicated, Mechanisms are not clear; they aren’t stable, not always efficacious or safe.

Probiotics(Lactobacillus, Bacillus spp,etc ):​ A mixture of active and inactive bacilli and their metabolic products; it has the effect of balancing the intestinal tract micro-organisms and increasing the health of the animal. Problems: The concentration of the active bacilli is lower; its metabolic products and enzymes can’t work on the host sufficiently; its efficiency can be affected by gastric acid and bile salts; it can be disrupted by antibiotics. This approach has never given convincing results; almost impossible to get probiotics bacteria to establish themselves in stable GI tract; metabolic products and enzymes don’t work adequately in host; efficacy can be affected by gastric acid and bile salts;

​Organic Acidifiers: Influence bacterial growth in two ways: 1. Decrease GI tract pH, which induces less favorable conditions for bacterial growth; 2.certain acids have direct action against specific microorganisms. Organic acids can improve nutrient digestibility; be used as energy source. Problems: Most effective when added at ≥ 5% of diet; due to high cost, added volume limited to 1-3 kg/T; at this level, slight improvement in feed and stomach pH, minor influence on gastric protein digestion; only slight effect on intestinal pH (doesn’t prevent diarrhea); can corrode production equipment.

Prebiotics (Oligosaccharides​): Non-digestible food ingredient; benefit host by selectively stimulating growth and or activity of limited​ number of bacteria in colon. Includes non-digestible carbohydrate (oligo-, polysaccharides), some peptides and proteins certain lipids (ester, ether). ​​Problems: Difficult to produce; production efficacy low; product is hygroscopic, agglomerates feed when added directly; can cause diarrhea at high dosage, as it can destroy digestive

Digestive Enzymes: Improve poultry and swine growth by improving nutrient digestion and absorption; reduce scouring (less undigested material passes into colon, reducing substrate available for bacterial growth);galactosidases, pentosanases,proteases target anti-nutritional factors - impair digestion. ​​Problems: Little or no direct antimicrobial or immune-enhancing effect; role is indirect in that they improve nutrient digestibility and overall intestinal health (less favorable for microbial growth and development of diarrhea

If a farm suffers seriously disease, we suggested useAntimicrobial peptide (ECOTIDE) appeared to act synergistically with antibiotics as the two additives in combination were Superior to either additive separately.
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What is Antimicrobial Peptides?

- Antimicrobial Peptide is actual a group name of polypeptides, which can kill bacteria, fungus or virus and etc. So far there are thousands of polypeptides been discovered. Natural Antimicrobial Peptides almost exists in the whole biome, which includes bacteria, plant, lowly creature, and mammal. It belongs to the main part of immunity system of biome.

The AMP, exists in all animals, including the plants, human all have this kind of peptide. Peptide is responsible for the early immune response. One function is to kill the bacteria inside the body; another is to stimulation-specific immunity system. Our product is focus on gut health, the small animal; they cannot secrete too many kind peptide. The ability of resistance to the disease is low. We add more peptide in the feed to help them.

Functions of ECOTIDE and Mechanism of action?

- Two main functions: One is killing pathogenic bacteria, another is increasing immunity and gut health development

- Roll of Ecotide: Micro ecological environment, immunization, nutrition three major balance

- Mechanism: Antimicrobial Peptide Carrying is charge, and of bacteriological nature of membrane on the negative power lock, anti-bacterial peptide in conjunction with the in-depth of bacteriological nature membrane, the destruction of bacteria in the nature of the integrity of the membrane, forming the ion channel through a variety of ways lead to death of bacteria, ① physical injury, content Object leaked; ② membrane proteins cohesion, permeability membrane function to change, change, change, and the dead; ④ DNA caused such important material damage and kills germs.
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Curso De Produccion Porcina ha condiviso il post di Primer Curso Formador de Criadores de Porcinos nel gruppo: Carniton Pig.22/09/2016 @ 2:37
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The Lysozyme mechanism of action
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Hi, wanted to share about our opening show, free registration, now you can show online! Hope you can check out the new web site www.pig.show
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Farmavet Urbisaglia

OLTRE 50 ANNI DI ESPERIENZA

La Farmavet s.r.l. si occupa da più di 50 anni di articoli per uso veterinario.Tutto è iniziato a Colmurano, un delizioso paesino dell’entroterra maceratese, con Anita Matteucci (Dott.ssa farmacista) ed il marito Afro Strappolini (Dott. veterinario); ma è solo con l’avvento della collaborazione della loro figlia, la Dott.ssa Patrizia Strappolini, e di suo marito, il Dott. Stefano Calamanti, che nasce la Farmavet s.r.l.

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