Farm profitability greatly depends on a good production performance. Therefore, optimizing productive parameters is essential, especially when the market conditions are not ideal.
The liver is one of the main points of the organism, as it is in charge of multiple essential functions such as protein synthesis, essential for the production of meat, eggs and immune effectors, as well as the metabolism of many nutrients and the elimination of residues. In addition, the liver also acts as a gate of entry for many substances that are absorbed in the gut.
Avian coccidiosis is a parasitic diseases with a great impact on poultry worldwide because of the negative effects on productive performance, as it causes growth stunt, worsening of feed conversion and mortality, with severe economic consequences. It is caused by several species of the genus Eimeria that can affect different parts of the digestive tract, sometimes, simultaneously.
The appearance of this disease is usually prevented with vaccination and to reinforce this action is recommended to use Alquernat Immuplus (natural product based on immunoestimulant pronutrients). Its use has shown that increases antibody titers in animals and, therefore, enhances the efficacy of vaccination.
Alquerfeed Antitox, mycotoxin binder of Biovet S.A., patented worldwide in 1988, has been proved effective throughout its more than 30 years on the market in all species and productive aptitudes. Several experimental and field trials confirm that it is a product useful for poultry, including broilers and laying hens, and even in less common species such as turkeys; as well as in pig farming, where it is used both in breeders and fattening pigs.
Once more, Biovet S.A. has participated in the 14th edition of Turkey Science and Production Conference held from March 4-6 in Carden Park, Cheshire (UK). Turkey producers and companies related to the sector attended the congress held annually in this English city.
On 28th February 2020, Biovet S.A. received representatives of its distributor in Egypt and offered a technical seminar in Tarragona. In the meeting, the use of natural products to prevent the main diseases that affect the sector in the country were presented.
One more year, Biovet S.A. will participate at the ‘14th Turkey Science and Production Conference’ Turkey Times to be held from 4 to 6 March in Carden Park Hotel and Golf Resort in Chester (UK). This time, Dr. Júlia Pié, veterinarian of Biovet S.A., will give a lecture entitled ‘Protozoan diseases in turkeys: prevention and treatment’ scheduled on Friday 6th March at 11:10h.