New rapid protection bird flu vaccine

An improved poultry influenza vaccine has been developed by researchers from the Pirbright Institute. Poultry World spoke to Professor Munir Iqbal, head of the Avian Influenza Virus group, to more fully understand this vaccine and its potential. Many poultry flu vaccines protect birds from serious illness and death but do not prevent them from transmitting the virus. …

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Wood residues in ruminant nutrition

Using wood residue for animal feeding began during World War II, when there was a severe shortage of feed. The results were not promising, as the animals were not willing to eat these residues, in addition to the low digestibility values. Treating these materials has improved their digestibility and nutritional value. The wood residues consist …

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pandemic is ravaging the United States. From Maine to Wyoming, contagious bird flu has swept across farms and forests, killing chickens, ducks, turkeys and more than 40 varieties of wild birds. This pandemic has been particularly hard on poultry farmers, who have lost more than 24 million chickens and turkeys to this new strain of avian influenza. …

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