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Young Animal Nutrition

The implications of breeder diets on the progeny

By Jane Byrne

Despite advances in genetics and management, metabolic and skeletal disorders are common among commercial poultry, leading to high mortality rates and large financial losses for producers.

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special edition: aqua feed innovation

Highlights of aqua feed innovation in 2019

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Throughout October, we’ve been focusing on feed innovation in the aquaculture industry; the gallery covers farmed fish feed industry developments that we reported on earlier in the year.

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special edition: aqua feed innovation

Plant additive may boost farmed snapper immune response

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

Adding extracts from Chenopodium ambrosioides to the diets of farmed red snapper may improve fish’s antioxidant response and immune functioning when facing a disease challenge, say researchers.

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Educating the feed industry’s next generation

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

The Institute for Feed Education and Research (IFEEDER) in the US is set to work with the National FFA Organization to develop new educational programs highlighting feed production to interest students in feed-related careers and outreach.