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Ludhiana, May 4: Come summers and the shelf life of the eatables starts decreasing and so is the case with eggs. In summers eggs get spoilt easily and the maximum shelf life of eggs comes down to 10-12 days. But here is good news for egg lovers. Guru Angad Dev Veterinary University (GADVASU) has developed an egg bio shield which when sprinkled on the egg increases its shelf life.view more»
The following is intended to capture the educational, practical and business application highlights provided to the Kemin Kontact attendees.Improving the nutritional efficiency of various raw materials as well as bird efficiency is the way forward to get the maximum genetic potential. Professor Ravindran discussed the different types of fats and oils used in poultry diets and their economic significance, noting the benefits of formulating fat in the diet go beyond energy.view more»
Chandigarh: The UT Education Department is all set to add more nutritious value items to the mid-day meal in the from gooseberries (amla) and eggs. The proposal approved by UT Administration has been further sent to Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Indian government for final nod, said Jubinderjit Singh Brar Director Public Instructions (Schools) UT. He also added that the proposal for slight hike of 50 paisa in the cost of the food has also been sent for the approval. Brar said, “To make the mid-day meal more nutritious and healthy, addition of gooseberries and eggs have been proposed.
HERENTALS, Belgium – December 2, 2015 – In contrast to feed enzymes, only limited studies have been dedicated to investigating the modes of action of lysophospholipids added to –animal feeds. For some time, researchers have believed lysophospholipids simply act as an emulsifier in the first stages of fat digestion. However, Kemin researchers discovered other possible mechanisms of action for lysophospholipids.view more»
CHENNAI, India - December, 2015 – Kemin customers and employees are enjoying the benefits of investments made for a new Product Application Department (PAD)lab in their Gummudipundi facility, Chennai. ThePAD demonstration lab, officially unveiled recently, caters to the training needs of internal and external customers.
DHAKA, BANGLADESH –December 2015–Kemin, a global leader in developing ingredients for animal nutrition and health,shares its expertise with stakeholders and customers through a series of programs called Kemin Kontact. Recently the company spoke to the unique needs and challenges in Bangladesh and provided a dynamic presentation and question and answer session in Dhaka for poultry producers.view more»
Local estimates believe that demand for processed chicken meat is growing between 15-20% per year, according to a recent USDA GAINS report.
The organised sector produces an estimated 80% of total chicken meat production, and is mainly concentrated in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and West Bengal.view more»
The world of poultry production is rapidly changing.Poultry producers are faced with many issues that threaten their economic survival. However, these very issues are critical to ensure the growth and stability of our industry, we must face them and be progressive in our response to the public and to the perceptions of the consumer. The day of the single disease-causing agent is becoming a rarity, especially in Layer production.view more»
Healthy chicks are the starting point for good poultry performance. Yet, any number of problems - some difficult to detect early on - can impact the quality of day old chicks.
From the breeder’s farm to the hatchery and transportation to final farm reception, management practices have a real impact. Optimised processes and preventive measures can give chicks the right start.view more»
The poultry industry in South Asia has shown consistent growth over the years as a fast developing and dynamic contributor to the agricultural economy. The trend is expected to continue in order to meet the increasing demands of the growing human population. This increasing demand is not merely due to an increase in population but also due to a change in consumption pattern among the population. Population growth, urbanization, and income growth in developing countries are fueling a massive increase in demand for food of animal origin. These changes in the diets of billions of people could significantly improve the well-being of many poor people in rural areas (Christopher et al., 1999), especially in the developing nations like India and China and other Asian countries.view more»