NECROTIC enteritis is a serious issue for the poultry industry, and in the near future, it may become even more of a problem due to reductions in the use of antibiotics and anticoccidials in poultry feed, according to a research summary prepared by Kenneth Macklin and William Dozier III of the Auburn University poultry science department.
The use of dried distillers grains with solubles (DDGS) in poultry diets has increased as the availability of t
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