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Efficient Intervention of Broiler Gut Health Issues

Posted May 23, 2017

Broiler production has achieved substantial growth compared to other livestock industries since the late 1970s. Despite advancements, gut health issues, especially necrotic enteritis, corresponding to the reduction or removal of antibiotic growth promoters (AGPs) in feed, present significant challenges in the industry. To reduce economic losses caused by subclinical necrotic enteritis and similar diseases, seek early diagnosis and intervention. Paired with the right AGP alternative, like CLOSTAT™, broiler producers will be able to achieve satisfactory broiler performance as prescribed per breed standards.

The following infographic helps to easily identify necrotic enteritis with its symptoms and lesions.

On Farm Guide to Diagnose Necrotic Enteritis

17_CLOSTAT Poster_V09F.pdf (57cm W by 57cm H) (Jan 20) SFS