Technical Publications

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  • Result of a treatment combining a phytobiotic, a prebiotic and organic acids with yeast wall for clostridiosis control in laying hens

    Herbanoplex CP; Gamaxine and Uniwall MOS

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  • Evaluation of long term immunity and protection against Salmonella spp by orally administrated inactivated vaccine

    Salmonella is the leading cause of foodborne infections and is a major public health concern worldwide. Poultry meat and eggs are a major reservoir of foodborne Salmonella serovars and vaccination against the pathogen is one of the important measures to curb infectious outbreaks and reduce antibiotic use, currently a major concern for consumers. In this study we evaluated the efficacy of a commercially available inactive, orally administered, subunit vaccine (Biotech Vac Salmonella) and determined if the immune response was protective and persistent (long-term immunity) against mobile Salmonella spp. in two separate commercial layer hen flocks (n=120,000 layers/lot) located in Pergamino, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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  • Intestinal microflora stabilization with combining prebiotic effect and antimicrobial

    Phytobiotics, as it is demonstrated under both in vitro and in vivo conditions, can address gut health challenges in the poultry industry and can be used as novel growth promoters. Traditional herbs play an important role in eliminating pathogenic infections, represent a novel solution for antibiotic resistance at an affordable price and serve the consumer’s need for antibiotic free production. Combining herbal plant extracts with an optimal prebiotic allows products to work through multiple modes of action and ensures normal growth of the commensal microflora while inhibiting the growth of undesired pathogens and enhancing production parameters.

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  • Protection conferred by a subunit Salmonella vaccine against Salmonella Infantis in broiler chickens

    Salmonella infection is a major cause of bacterial enteric illness in both humans and animals.  This foodborne pathogen is often associated with poultry production and contaminated poultry products. Currently, vaccination is one of the main strategies to control Salmonella in commercial poultry farms avoiding the use of antimicrobials while improving food safety for consumers.  We have previously tested the efficacy of a commercially available subunit vaccine (Biotech Vac Salmonella) to protect against Salmonella enteritidis.

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  • Evaluation of a water applied biopromotor to improve production status and control Salmonella spp in commercial broiler chickens

    Currently, the world’s population is more conscious than ever about diseases associated with animal production especially foodborne pathogens that can directly affect public health.   There has long been a need to reduce Salmonella contamination in commercial poultry production while maintaining favorable production parameters. We have developed a water applied additive biopromotor composed of inactivated bacillus strains, selected for their ability to produce molecules which improve mucosal integrity and reduce gram negative bacteria, and yeast cell wall extracts as an alternative strategy for controlling foodborne pathogens and improving production parameters.

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  • Effects of a water applied biopromotor and feed applied MOS on the prevalence of Colibacillosis and egg production in commercial heavy breeders

    Commercial poultry production farms are under increasing pressure to reduce the use of antibiotics while maintaining health standards and pathogen control.  Currently, there is an increased need for the development of effective products that serve as alternatives to antibiotics. We have developed a water applied biopromotor through careful selection of different types of prebiotics strategies (inactivated fermented Bacillus subtilis fragments and yeast cell wall extracts) that improves mucosal integrity and controls gram negative pathogens, while increasing productivity parameters and health status of the birds.

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  • RESULT OF TREATMENT COMBINING A PHYTOBIOTIC, A PREBIOTIC AND ORGANIC ACIDS WITH YEAST WALL FOR CLOSTRIDIOSIS CONTROL IN IN LAYING HENS

    Necrotic Enteritis (NE) is caused by Clostridium perfringens (CP).  It is characterized by the sudden appearance of signs, which are rapid weakness followed by death; Conuent areas of necrosis can be observed in the mucous membrane of the small intestine. The use of Growth Promoter Antibiotics (APC) has been the main strategy for the control of NE. The objective of this work was to evaluate the efficacy in the eld of a combined treatment with a phytobiotic (1), a prebiotic (2) and organic acids with yeast wall (3) to control CP in a laying hen farm with a characteristic repeated history of NE outbreaks.
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  • IFAH: IFAH REPORTE ANUAL 2012

    The costs of animal diseases and societal benefits from healthy animals.

    IFAH annual report 2012

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  • Pathogenic Synergy MS-ORT

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  • SALMONELLA SUMIT 2013: Technologies for Salmonella Control in Live Production

    We present here the link to the first conference enlarged on Salmonella, organized by Poultry Federation, focusing on The control from production to the consumer. It was held on 26 and 27 March. Here we provide links to the presentations of Dr. Tellez, belonging to Pacific Vet Group and the University of Arkansas.

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  • Salmonella Sumit 2013: Why We Haven't Fixed The Salmonella Problem

    The papers of Salmonella Summit are availables on-line.

    We present here the link to the first conference enlarged on Salmonella, organized by Poultry Federation, focusing on The control from production to the consumer. It was held on 26 and 27 March. Here we provide links to the presentations of Dr. Barton, belonging to Pacific Vet Group and the University of Arkansas.

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