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Anigane and Selectolyte - Poultry Trials
Anigane and Selectolyte in Commercial Broilers trial - Philippines
RCI has commissioned Greenline Animal Health and Nutrition, Inc to conduct a trial of Anigane and Selectolyte in Commercial Broilers in the Philippines
The Philippine trials demonstrate the benefits of using Anigane and Selectolyte even in tunnel ventilated shedding in the South East Asian environment.
Trials in Malaysia and Thailand demonstrate benefits of water medication during first 7 days
Modern breeds of high-producing meat birds are derived from temperate zones and are unsuited for hot, humid tropical regions. Targeting the first seven days of the chickens’ life to minimize the stresses of the rapid growth phase and the effects of chronic heat stress can influence early liveweight gain and lower mortality. This is proving a cost-attractive way to improve carcass quality and evenness at pick-up.
Trials of RCI's Selectolyte and Anigane products in Malaysia and Thailand have confirmed the importance of such early intervention, producing a 95-100 g gain in weight at 38 days with superior carcasses showing less fat and with less late mortality.
Anigane and Selectolyte - Other Trial Results
Other trials of Anigane/Selectolyte have previously been conducted by various organisations and the conclusions drawn by the Poultry Husbandry Research foundation of the University of Sydney were as follows:
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