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Heat stress in layers is under control thanks to Biovet’s Alquerfeed product line
In warm seasons, the basic thermoregulation mechanisms are insufficient and heat stress causes problems in the birds. Initially, lethargic birds are observed, with stretched wings, increased water consumption, decreased feed intake and low productive performance.
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Use of Alquermold Natural to prevent necrotic enteritis, conference at AAAP 2020
Biovet S.A. will participate in the annual meeting of the American Association of Avian Pathologist (AAAP) 2020 to be held online July 30 – August 6. On this occasion, Dr. David Diez, veterinarian of Biovet S.A., will present a trial about the use of the natural antimicrobial, Alquermold Natural, for the prevention of necrotic enteritis in broilers.
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Alquernat Immuplus: an essential product to prevent swine influenza
Swine influenza is a disease that causes periodic outbreaks in pigs in different areas of the world that negatively impacts animal health and productive performance and can compromise farm viability.
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Alquernat Nebsui is a safe bet to improve poultry sector’s profitability
Farm profitability greatly depends on a good production performance. Therefore, optimizing productive parameters is essential, especially when the market conditions are not ideal.
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Biovet obtains the Alquernat Zycox patent
On 4th May 2020, Biovet S.A. obtained the patent of Alquernat Zycox product in Spain. It is an intestinal optimizer based on pronutrients which reinforces the intestinal mucosa and normalizes the activity of the local immune system of the gastrointestinal tract.
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Alquerfeed Antitox is highly effective against the most prevalent mycotoxins in 2020
Every year, mycotoxins have a great economic impact on animal production because they cause great productive losses. Their presence in the feed depends on several factors, such as the origin of the grain or the weather conditions during the cultivation and harvest, for this, mycotoxin contamination is different depending on the season and year.
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