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Answering chicken questions on World Chicken Day
Answering chicken questions on World Chicken Day
The chicken vs. the egg, and how chickens are raised sustainably
4 minutesDegree of technical knowledge: 1/5
We took the special occasion of Word Chicken day to bring the chicken into the spotlight. How? In addressing "easy" questions like what came first: the chicken or the egg? And on a deeper level, in addressing how chickens are raised sustainably.
4 minutes | Marlene Forrai | 21. October 2018
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Why are eggs contributing to a green future?
Why are eggs contributing to a green future?
4 minutesDegree of technical knowledge: 1/5
Living in a society of a growing population and limited resources, the egg is recognized as a very precious food throughout the world. Many consumers already recognize and appreciate the health benefits of eggs. However, in many parts of the word the nutritional aspects are still underestimated. The same can be said for the positive impact of animal nutrition on eggs. Do you know how they correlate with each other?
4 minutes | Marlene Forrai | 15. October 2018
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Is the control of coccidiosis in chickens the key to intestinal health?
Is the control of coccidiosis in chickens the key to intestinal health?
3 minutesDegree of technical knowledge: 2/5
Is there a chance to overcome coccidiosis in a natural way? And what is about secondary bacterial infections? Let’s have a closer look on phytogenic solutions to support intestinal health…
3 minutes | Katharina Mayrhuber | 12. October 2018
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No poultry like footpad lesions
No poultry like footpad lesions
Overcome footpad lesions in poultry with phytogenics
5 minutesDegree of technical knowledge: 4/5
A sudden rain shower, leaking shoes, and it’s already happened: The feet are wet inclusively the socks. You hear it too often as a child: Wet feet will make you sick. While wet feet often lead to colds in humans, they will increase the risk of footpad lesions in poultry. These affects both: animal performance and animal welfare.
5 minutes | Anne Oberdorf | 7. October 2018
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Beat the heat: Phytogenic solutions for heat stress in poultry
Beat the heat: Phytogenic solutions for heat stress in poultry
Support poultry during heat stress periods
4 minutesDegree of technical knowledge: 2/5
Just like you and me, most poultry experience heat stress during their lifetime, even if they don’t live in a warm climate, where poultry are often raised. With average temperatures rising due to climate change, more birds encounter heat stress than ever before.
4 minutes | Anne Oberdorf | 2. October 2018
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