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The positive effects of in ovo probiotic (Enterococcus faecium) administration on the post-hatch performance of commercial broilers were discussed highlighting the modes of action in terms of pathogen inhibition, immune stimulation, enhancement of gut morphology, and increased mineral and nutrient...

Author(s)
Blanch, A.; Kling, H.; Kiess, A. S.
Publisher
Positive Action Publications Ltd, Driffield, UK
Citation
International Hatchery Practice, 2017, 31, 3, pp 15-16
Abstract

Background: Meat is considered as a major source of polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) which is essential for humans, therefore its lipid level and fatty acid composition have drawn great attention. As no clinical sign can be found in chicks subclinically infected by Clostridium perfringens (CP),...

Author(s)
Wang HeSong; Ni XueQin; Liu Lei; Zeng Dong; Lai Jing; Qing XiaoDan; Li GuangYao; Pan KangCheng; Jing Bo
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Lipids in Health and Disease, 2017, 16, 38, pp (10 February 2017)
Abstract

Probiotics, prebiotics, and synbiotics have been proposed as safe additives in animal feeding. The purpose of this study was to assess the effect of supplementing corn-soybean diets of laying hens with dry whey powder (prebiotic), Pediococcus acidilactici (probiotic), and the combination of both...

Author(s)
Pineda-Quiroga, C.; Atxaerandio, R.; Zubiria, I.; Gonzalez-Pozuelo, I.; Hurtado, A.; Ruiz, R.; Garcia-Rodriguez, A.
Publisher
Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Livestock Science, 2017, 195, pp 9-12
Abstract

This article describes the latest insights and studies performed with the new registered probiotics in layers. Highlights focused on the effect of probiotics on the digestive tract, laying performance, and resistance to pathogens of hens.

Author(s)
Rovers-Paap, P.
Publisher
Pentlands Publishing Ltd, Bakewell, UK
Citation
Feed Compounder, 2016, 36, 6, pp 70-72
Abstract

Probiotics which do not result in the development and spread of microbial resistance are among the candidate replacements for antibiotics previously used as growth promotors. In this study the effect of in-feed supplementation of the butyrate producing Butyricicoccus pullicaecorum strain 25-3T on...

Author(s)
Eeckhaut, V.; Wang Jun; Parys, A. van; Haesebrouck, F.; Joossens, M.; Falony, G.; Raes, J.; Ducatelle, R.; Immerseel, F. van
Publisher
Frontiers Media S.A., Lausanne, Switzerland
Citation
Frontiers in Microbiology, 2016, 7, September, pp 1416
AbstractFull Text

The present study aimed at evaluating the effects of probiotics, prebiotics and their combination on intestinal histological changes in broiler chickens challenged with Clostridium perfringens. Two hundred and forty newly hatched male broilers (Ross 308) were equally distributed into six...

Author(s)
Al-Baadani, H. H.; Abudabos, A. M.; Al-Mufarrej, S. I.; Alzawqari, M.
Publisher
South African Society of Animal Science, Hatfield, South Africa
Citation
South African Journal of Animal Science, 2016, 46, 2, pp 157-165
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This study was performed in order to isolate lactobacilli from chicken droppings and to select strains with the most promising probiotic properties. Lactobacillus strains were isolated from a flock of healthy laying hens. The first selection criterion was the ability to inhibit the growth of ...

Author(s)
Kizerwetter-Świda, M.; Binek, M.
Publisher
Polish Academy of Sciences, Committee of Veterinary Sciences, Olsztyn-Kortowo II, Poland
Citation
Polish Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 2016, 19, 1, pp 15-20
Abstract

The etiological agent of necrotic enteritis (NE) is Clostridium perfringens (CP), which is an economically significant problem for broiler chicken producers worldwide. Traditional use of in-feed antibiotic growth promoters to control NE disease have resulted in the emergence of antibiotic...

Author(s)
Fasina, Y. O.; Newman, M. M.; Stough, J. M.; Liles, M. R.
Publisher
Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK
Citation
Poultry Science, 2016, 95, 2, pp 247-260
AbstractFull Text

Necrotic enteritis (NE) is an emerging economically significant problem of poultry caused by a bacterium Clostridium perfringens. The rising incidence of Clostridium infections and development of NE in commercial chickens has been associated with the withdrawal of antibiotics. There is an urgent...

Author(s)
Abid, S. A.; Azeem, T.; Chaudhary, Z. I.; Mansur-ud-din Ahmad; Rehman, Z. U.; Umar, S.
Publisher
Pakistan Agricultural Scientists Forum, Lahore, Pakistan
Citation
JAPS, Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences, 2016, 26, 6, pp 1556-1567
Abstract

This study was conducted to identify and evaluate the antimicrobial activity of some Lactobacillus isolates of chicken origin. Among 90 isolates 14 Lactobacillus species were distinguished using MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry and 16S-ARDRA. The dominant species was L. salivarius (34.4%), followed by ...

Author(s)
Dec, M.; Puchalski, A.; Nowaczek, A.; Wernicki, A.
Publisher
Spanish Society for Microbiology, Madrid , Spain
Citation
International Microbiology, 2016, 19, 1, pp 57-67

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