Novus at 2013 World Veterinary Poultry Association Congress15 August 2013
FRANCE - Novus International, along with specialists representing all areas of poultry production from around the world will be participating from 19 to 23 August in the 18th WVPA Congress in Nantes.
It has been nearly 50 years since the last World Veterinary Poultry Association (WVPA) Congress was held in France.
"Gut health is instrumental for improved performance and higher quality results no matter which step of the production process you're talking about," notes Marc Decoux, Executive Manager, Global Poultry Marketing for Novus. "Novus specialists look at flock health through the lens of nutrition planning and ingredient management. The best offense is a good defense and Novus can provide solutions that target all the issues that will ultimately improve poultry health and productivity."
Novus has prepared an informative presentation schedule that begins on Tuesday, 20 August, at 11:00 a.m. with the first of two planned oral abstract discussions entitled, "Investigation of the effect of organic acid water treatment on colonization of broiler chickens with Campylobacter spp during rearing and thinning." The second oral abstract presentation, "Effect of dietary protein and protease supplementation on performance and gut health of broiler chicks," will follow later that same day at 3:45 p.m.
Novus also will have seven posters available for viewing during the 2013 WVPA Congress scheduled as follows:
Tuesday, 20 August
- Evaluation of the efficacy of increasing dose rate of a premixture of flavoring compounds in broilers fed on pelleted diets.
- Feeding laying hens the diets with supplemental chelated trace minerals improves immune response, shell quality and tibia breaking strength.
- Impact of feeding reduced level of chelated trace minerals in replacement of inorganic sources on footpad health and broiler performance.
Wednesday, 21 August
- Systemic consequences of gut health problems and barrier failure.
- Subclinical necrotic enteritis and dysbacteriosis in broilers induced by diet manipulation in the presence of coccidia cycling in the system.
- Organic acids effective to ameliorate the negative impact on broiler performance due to necrotic enteritis.
- Recognizing and monitoring gastrointestinal health issues in poultry.
For more information on the content of all of Novus's abstracts and to view the complete presentation schedule including presentation locations, please click here.ThePoultrySite News Desk