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Grape Polyphenols: An ally to fight heat stress

  Antioxidant diversification is essential to improve heat stress resilience and tackle the oxidative stress issue. In livestock, certain polyphenols from grape extracts allow to preserve a high level of performance and help combat the negative effects of heat stress. Looking at the metabolism of livestock animals, they all share a very similar antioxidant system,… Read more »

Optimizing livestock performance at hot peak seasons

Global warming has created a massive challenge for the livestock industry, especially in tropical and subtropical zones which contribute most to global livestock production. In farm animal husbandry, practices are intrinsically linked with animal health, production, and welfare. To deliver quality animal products and safe food efficiently, farmers must practice good animal husbandry and maintain… Read more »

Improving Ileitis and Swine Dysentery management in fattening pigs

Swine Ileitis Also called Porcine Proliferative Enteropathy (PPE), ileitis is an infectious enteric disease. Its prevalence is considerably high in Europe and in Asia, reaching over 90% of the farms and is characterized by thickening of the mucosa of the intestine due to hyperplasia of the crypt enterocytes. The disease is due the contamination of… Read more »

Reducing the cost of coccidiosis in poultry farming

Coccidiosis is the bane of poultry farming. Each year, this parasitic disease costs over 3 billion USD to the industry worldwide, in production loss as well as in preventive and curative treatments. Coccidiosis comes in various strains and can reproduce easily in any poultry house, which makes its eradication difficult.