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A Commercial Study Comparing the Effects of Antibiotic and Direct-Fed Microbial Supplementation on Gut Lactic Acid Bacteria Populations in Turkeys

This presentation, given at PSA 2013, outlines benefits of probiotic use in turkeys.
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Product / service: Probiotics
Publication date: 23/07/2013
Species: Poultry, Turkey
Authors: Dunham S, Madisen AJ, Davis E, Petri D, Remus J
Doctype: Conference Presentations & eBooks
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Regions and countries: Global
Keywords: agps, amen, antibiotic growth promoters, apparent, apparent metabolizable energy, b. licheniformis, b. pumilis, b. subtilis, beneficial microbial population, colonisation, digestibility, energy expenditure, feed conversion, feed nutrient utilization, gut barrier structure, gut environment, gut microbiota balance, immunity, lectins, mode of action, multi-strain Bacillus direct-fed microbial, non beneficial bacteria, nsp, performance, residual trypsin inhibitors, spore forming bacillus strains, starch digestibility, substrate, Ammonia pollution, Antibiotics, Amyloquifaciens, Feed probiotic, Nitrogen pollution, Sub-therapeutic antibiotic growth promoters, Turkey gut health
Production challenge(s): animal producer profitability, Gut health, immunity, Performance growth
Diets: All diets
Brands: Syncra® AVI, Enviva® Pro
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